The Origin of the Universe

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About Forester de Santos

I enjoy writing about the truth, about reality, about existence, the universe, God and life because each one of these subjects is a greater mystery than any man or woman can imagine or write about.
My written works are for everyone, who seeking the truth about eveything and will themselves be the truth when they do understand the truth and when they do understand the truth, thus they will be immortal in life alive! I am one of those who with all honesty seek to revive in life to really continue alive in life...

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Review by: Aussiescribbler on Oct. 18, 2011 :
While I admire the author's ambition and willingness to think outside the box in his attempt at a holistic understanding of how the universe works, the resulting book is confusing and poorly reasoned.

The following passage indicates the sort of problem you will find here :

"What is matter? Matter is really that which simply occupies space and has mass. What is light? Light is really that which occupies space and has mass. What is heat? Heat is really that which simply occupies space and has mass."

Light and heat are forms of energy. They have no mass. Even if this were not the case, by defining mass, light and heat in exactly the same way is to not define them, that is, to not say what is unique about each of these things.

But Sanchez's reasoning seems to be that, since some aspects of the behaviour of the universe may appear to be similar to those of matter caught in a magnetic field between two bar magnets, therefore the universe is the product of the interaction of two bar magnets one consisting of matter and the other of empty space. The fact that empty space is not magnetic, and that matter and empty space are intermingled rather than separated like two inter-reacting magnets seems not to matter.

Of course it is possible that I've misunderstood the argument being put forward. It isn't always clear, a problem made worse by the fact that the writing on some of the diagrams is too small to read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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