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Topic: Unity Root Matrix Theory Latest 2112
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 richard miller Posts: 170 Registered: 9/29/06
Unity Root Matrix Theory Latest 2112
Posted: Dec 21, 2012 7:10 AM

Latest news

Unity Root Matrix Theory
Mathematical and Physical Advances Volume I

due out early next year - end Jan/Feb 2013.

http://www.urmt.org

This third book in the series on Unity Root Matrix Theory (URMT)
advances the subject into Mainstream Physics by detailing how
it relates to such topics as The Special Theory of Relativity
and Harmonic Oscillators.

The book starts by extending URMT's mathematical methods to
handle arbitrary real and complex vectors, and then proceeds
to show how Special Relativity and Oscillators can be
formulated in the language of URMT. Among the results is the
embodiment of Einstein's relativistic energy momentum equation
in a 5D formulation, with mass emergent from a scalar potential -
quite an achievement given URMT's origins in Number Theory and
Diophantine Equations. Additionally, using URMT's unique
variational methods, a 4D formulation naturally produces a
quadratic, harmonic potential, with a consequent solution for
the Harmonic Oscillator. Other topics include Lorentz
Transformations and some Mechanics. The book finishes by
showing how these real and complex formulations can be recast

This book marks a significant advance in the practical
applications of URMT, and is subtitled Volume I in the
knowledge that more URMT Physics lies ahead.

The work requires the stuff in the first two books, including
the higher-dimensional extensions - most of it is in the
free stuff below, so it will give you something to read over Xmas.

Unity Root Matrix Theory (URMT)

For general info. and related physics, see

http://www.urmt.org/presentation_URMT_shortform.pdf

For n-dimensional, compactification, shrinking dimensions, time
evolution, see

http://www.urmt.org/urmt_dimensional_compactification.pdf

For the n=2 Pythagoras case, see

http://www.urmt.org/pythag_eigenvectors_invariants.pdf

Enjoy.

Richard Miller
see website for email.

Here's to Rush, today is 2112.