For 70 years scientists have struggled to unify Einstein's Relativity with Heisenberg's Quantum Mechanics. Project after project has remained mired in 'uncertainty' with the demand for more advanced technology building up like water behind a fractured dam.
Now, it's finally here! The flood gates have swung open!
The Resonant Field Theory is that intuitive, easy-to-understand model of the universe that Einstein died trying to produce.
The hang-up all these years has been Heisenberg's assertion that there is no deep reality, that the universe is built on random sub-field activities deep within atomic and electromagnetic structure. His idea made it impossible to measure, or even examine things with sufficient detail for researchers to gain a clear understanding of their own experiments.
But now the laboratory evidence is in, and is clear. Deep reality exists! And it is NOT random *… Rather, it is pseudorandom. That is, it appears random, but like the pseudorandom algorithms used to encrypt secret messages, sub-field activities are quite deterministic, based on strict cause-and-effect. But their functioning order is masked by being buried deep within their complexity.
As a result, sub field activities (called Einstein Codes) can now be mapped, measured, and manipulated without that research-inhibiting uncertainty… it has been replaced with definitive Certainty!
It's been there all along, we just need to know how and where to look.
Finally, researchers in all of the scientific disciplines can begin decrypting the field structures, and energy-flow patterns that generate all of the observed activities, revealing those inner secrets that can empower each one's personal experiments with a renewed vigor and vitality, re-infusing rigorous enthusiasm into scientists and science-financiers world wide.
The Resonant Field Theory is explained in detail in the book,
"Resonant Fields, the fundamental mechanism of physics made easy to understand," available on this website.
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must answer a lot of exciting questions,
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