The Discovery of Alternative Energy 

The Discovery of Alternative Energy


Before the turn of the century,
Mankind will discover and harvest,
Alternative energy even greater than nuclear,
It is non explosive in nature,
The reverse of exploding stars,
The stuff that power Black Holes,
The very force of the universe,
Enabling space travel,
To other galaxies.
Scientists of the world,
Prove me wrong,
I have solved the greatest mysteries,
Of this universe,
Solving mankind's demand for energy,
Comparing the models of,
Every known process and technology,
And finally giving you the answers.


Characteristics of Black Hole.
Man will find the answers,
How to trigger the process of a Black Hole,
Below the speed of light until beyond,
Fueling the process of travel,
Beyond the speed of Light.
Even the process of Time travel.
Nuclear = End of The World

Superstring Theory

Superstring theory - known less formally as "string theory" - is sometimes called the Theory of Everything (TOE), because it is a unifying physics theory that reconciles the differences between quantum theory and the theory of relativity to explain the nature of all known forces and matter. According to string theory, at the most microscopic level, everything in the universe is made up of loops of vibrating strings, and apparent particle differences can be attributed to variations of vibration. An object (such as an apple, for example) and a force (such as radiation, for example) can both be broken down into atoms, which can be further broken down into electrons and quarks, which can be, finally, broken down into tiny, vibrating loops of strings.

Superstring theory came to the forefront in the 1980s, when Michael Green at Queen Mary College and John Schwarz at the California Institute of Technology demonstrated that it had the potential to be the unifying theory that Einstein sought: one that could be used to describe gravity as well as electromagnetic forces.

According to string theory:
All forces and particles in nature are derived from variations in vibrations of strings. As an example, gravity is said to arise from the lowest vibration of a closed string.
There are ten dimensions in the natural world (nine spatial dimensions plus time), rather than the four of classical science (the three spatial dimensions plus time). What causes the extra six dimensions to be largely unnoticed is that they are considered to be compacted or curled up.
The reason that general relativity doesn't work at the subatomic level is because the equation mistakenly includes a figure for point-like particles. Modifying the equation to include a representation of loops of string, instead, makes the equation work. String theorists are currently examining the possibility that the strings themselves have multiple dimensions, and are not, as was
originally thought, massless (possessing only length, and no width).
The idea is that the strings may actually be membranes.

Unified Field Theory

Unified field theory is sometimes called the Theory of Everything (TOE, for short): the long-sought means of tying together all known phenomena to explain the nature and behavior of all matter and energy in existence. In physics, a field refers to an area under the influence of some force, such as gravity or electricity, for example. A unified field theory would reconcile seemingly incompatible aspects of various field theories to create a single comprehensive set of equations. Such a theory could potentially unlock all the secrets of nature and make a myriad of wonders possible, including such benefits as time travel and an inexhaustible source of clean energy, among many others. According to Michio Katu, a theoretical physicist at City College, City University of New York, those in pursuit of a unified field theory seek "an equation an inch long that would allow us to read the mind of God."

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