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Pages: 408
Year: 2009

The Theory of Field Interaction
KeyWords: field, momentum, photon, particle, relativity, redshift, quessence, cosmic microwave bacground

T. B. Bon
An Alternate Conceptual Approach to an Understanding of Nature and the Universe about Us
A Conjecture on the Structure of Photons, Matter, and Reality ? A Reconsideration of Our Understanding of How Things Really Work

This is a conceptual treatise. After a review of basic concepts and knowledge, along with considerations of how careful we need to be as we apply the various tools that we have at our disposal, the Theory of Field Interaction is presented. A conceptual evaluation of some of the aspects of current knowledge leads to an entirely new concept for picturing how particles, photons and other systems are structured, and interact. After exploring those new concepts and some of their immediate ramifications, the treatise proceeds to evaluate a variety of other implications also arising out of the baseline concepts.

In the process, whole ranges of alternative interpretations are presented that put the concepts behind many of the currently accepted ideas under a very different light. The end result of this new perspective is that many of those currently accepted, seemingly divergent, areas can then be brought together under a consistent set of interactive concepts with a rational basis, in ways that were not possible before. Overall, the treatise strives to present a coherent and comprehensive, series of concepts that, when properly fleshed out and expanded mathematically, should support all of the properly verified parts of the currently accepted mathematics that are used with the currently accepted theories. However, all of this also results in a significantly different perception of how Reality might potentially really work.

Much of the mathematics are in place ? and where they have been properly verified, they generally work very well. Mathematics can sometimes tell the what, in a sense, and is generally rather good at how much; but it really cannot tell the why or how. This treatise is an attempt to put some meat behind the mathematics.