The chapters of ‘Hermeneutical Dynamics’ are a series of working exercises involving different problems and possibilities that are entailed by issues of: hermeneutics, fields, chaos theory, mathematics, chronobiology, quantum mechanics, and holography.
My new book shows how the absoluteness and relativeness were born from the granular dynamics and how they actually work together, at any scale and at any moment, to describe reality and to build a truly unified theory of everything.
This story begins in Oklahoma City abut 1830, in a small orphanage right at the edge of town. The orphanage was run by a woman who was the widow of an ex-lawman. Her husband was gunned down in a bank robbery attempt only yards from their home.
A young father, his six-year-old son, and the problem of communication -- complicated by autism. (This short story was first published in Something to Take on the Trip: A Charity Anthology (Something To Read Book 3), in 2014.)
This paradigm-shifting theory unifies all of nature's fundamental forces into a single interaction, whose mechanics is based on space granularity. It is in fact the "missing link" between reality and the abstract theories of the modern physics, revealing the sense of all things, at any scale.
The Abbey Grange
The first historical reference to Oxhey comes from the time that it was in the south-east corner of the kingdom of Mercia. King Offa II of Mercia (757-796) traditionally founded the Benedictine Abbey of St Albans.