If you've ever wondered if a particle can have weight but no mass, why the neutron is neutral or why the electron--a negative particle--doesn't fly apart when all of its inner parts are presumably negative also, then this book is for you.
John R. Holt chases the holy grail of science--a theory that explains everything--in this ambitious work that draws upon particle physics, theoretical physics, cosmology, and related disciplines.
Combining empirical facts with reasonable speculation, he presents a simple theory in an easy-to-understand format that can be applied to the whole universe. This theory presents a scheme using only one material substance which, under the influence of only one force, produces all we see and interact with in the world around us.
The theory he presents--once understood--will put physics as a whole and our understanding of reality on a new path. Explore complicated ideas, and challenge your biases, superstitions, and misconceptions with Holt's Theory of Everything.