New Book Explains Hypothetical Dark Energy
LIPTOVSKY MIKULAS, Slovakia, Nov. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Theologian Miroslav Halza is making a name for himself by clarifying the mysteries of the Holy Bible in simple, logical terms that make sense to layman and scientist alike. In his previous book, The Chronology of Revelation, he explained the concept of “time” for both the visible and invisible worlds, based on elementary particles defined by quantum physics. In his latest book, he presents these same particles as carriers for other forces shaping the universe.
In Church, Bride and Wife, the author first defines “the Church,” “the Bride,” and “the Wife of the Lamb” according to the events described in the biblical Book of Revelation. He also uses the liturgy for the traditional Jewish wedding to shine the light of understanding on the Letters to the Seven Churches mentioned in Revelation. His aim is to help readers better understand the Book of Revelation, since its Chronology determines the timeline for the Church, the Bride and the Wife alike. Halza further demonstrates how two kinds of elementary physical particles, the photon and the graviton, come to exist, and how and why they exhibit the properties of specific types of transverse and longitudinal waves.
In this post-Creation era of cooling or decay, particles in atomic nuclei vibrate due to the elastic potential energy they obtained from forming their bonds. According to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, some of this energy is constantly lost to the system. The graviton bears this energy away from atomic nuclei. When a traveling graviton meets a suitable vibrating particle, it interacts with it. Halza demonstrates that the graviton should speed up as a result, with the interactive particle moving slightly in the direction of the graviton’s origin, resulting in gravity.
But what of the obvious expansion observed in the physical universe? Halza builds his explanation carefully on Newton’s laws of motion and well-established quantum theory both. He ultimately concludes that since photons (light) advancing through some types of matter slow down, then the affected matter should therefore accelerate. Photons interacting with matter (mostly hydrogen) ultimately yield a form of “dark energy” that results in the observed expansion of the universe.
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Church, Bride and Wife by Miroslav Halza
ISBN: 978-1467001618 (sc)
ISBN: 978-1467001625 (ebk)
421 948 523 998
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