David Simmons


I'm a retired IT professional with interest in Science. When I was at school, I always challenged the facts I was taught e.g. I disagreed with the inverse square law in that you can't get an infinity force. I proved that with two weak magnets by putting a south pole to another south pole and told my colleagues that, according to the inverse square law, it's impossible to make these poles touch. I then proceeded to make them touch thus disproving the law. From that time on, I never believed in infinities although I keep an open mind on the universe being infinite.

I also challenge the theories of relativity particularly the special theory because Einstein used length contraction and time dilation to compensate for the errors introduced by holding the speed of light constant. I also have an alternative of the Big Bang, which is what my first book - The One Force of Nature - is about, but after the energy was created. No one can explain the creation of the first energy without violating the conservation laws. So, Lawrence Krauss is wrong about his "universe from nothing". They merely classify that as philosophy so that they don't have to explain them.

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When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Helping the wife look after our pair of twins. I'm hoping that they'll turn out better than us. We didn't have the resources people have today and my parents were illiterate and worked all hours to make ends meet. I'm retired so I can afford them enough time for them to gain maximum advantage.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I use google. But once I discovered Smashwords, I use them as well. You know, many hands make light work.
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The One Force of Nature
Price: Free! Words: 43,750. Language: British English. Published: November 16, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Physics / Atomic & Molecular
Currently there are 4 fundamental forces. Gamma ray photons were found to split into electron-positron pairs. This means that the primeval energy split into electrons and positrons from which protons and neutrons were made. When they bond to form nuclei, they do so by EM means. So, strong and weak forces are EM forces which implies gravity is an EM force i.e there's only 1 force of nature.

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