New Book, “Einstein, Money and Contentment” by Richard Palmquist Sets out to Solve the Grand Unification Theory
Author is completing Einstein in new book.
San Luis Obispo, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Albert Einstein died a disappointed man. He was never able to discern the mathematical formula that would express the Grand Unification Theory (GUT). Now, over a half-century later, author Richard Palmquist believes that the “scheme of everything” can be found by observing the behavior of electricity.
In Einstein, Money and Contentment author Richard Palmquist has written a book that unifies physics, economics and faith in order to solve the enduring problem of the GUT. After spending most of his life researching this theory as well as reading more than 200 books that support his claim, Palmquist is ready to share his findings.
“All of life is a thing driven by a force within a structure leading to a result, exactly the way electricity works,” said Palmquist. “My book provides a method for analyzing and solving problems. Every solution has the potential to be part of a new problem, and every problem has two parts: one part is a thing and the other part is what gives that thing life.”
In Einstein, Money and Contentment, Palmquist has discovered the relationship between electricity and everything else about cosmology, psychology, physiology and more.
About the Author
Richard Palmquist is a broadcaster and publisher and went on to own and operate a 50kw FM broadcast station for over two decades along with owning and operating a community weekly newspaper and publishing local telephone directories. He co-founded Family Stations, Inc., headquartered in Oakland, California and he and his wife Dolores raised their five children in Delano, California.
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