I have imagined and written "An Absurb Theory of Everyting." An author I am not. How do I Publish?
I am apprehensive to reveal the conclusions of my imaganation. Right now I'm having a WOW reaction to this theory. I've watched a few of your videos and believe we have similar beliefs. I'm not a scientist nor any known thinker. I have had the spark of this theory in my mind for over 40 years. About one week ago I had an imagination purge of mixed senses that took me from the tinnest to beyond multiple universes. Everything became defined. It's not that I know everything but I have a structure-like formulation of viariances that supports aspects of quantum mechanics, astrology, light, gravit
"I am apprehensive to reveal the conclusions of my imaganation... I'm not a scientist "
Correct. A scientist is someone who explains: reveals a rational theory to others. You MUST publish if you want to be a scientist.
"How do I Publish?"
In today's world, you have Internet at your disposal and that's the easiest and cheapest way to start. Create your website and start self-publishing. See how far you get. The 'real' publishing world out there -- the professional houses -- is very competitive and may be obsolete in a matter of a short time. Self-publishing and using ads to power it is a growing category.
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
on the religion forum I was describing what I thought was quantum physics...that the universe is accelerating and expanding in a spiral. Is that quantum or something else or combination of things...?
by Gener Geminiano 9 years ago
For me its Isaac Newton, the father of Physics is considered the best scientist ever by many. He formulated the 3 Newton's Laws of Motion and Newton's Law of Gravitation to name a few.
by spartanking1978 8 years ago
Fundamentally, how is dark matter theory relevant to quantum mechanics?Please state your answer in as few words as possible...Thank you for your input.
by dbtyon 8 years ago
DNA does no such thing! Nothing intelligent about intelligent design.
by Amanda-Dunstan 6 years ago
Do you believe the big bang theory? Why or why not?Do you believe this theory supports the existence of god? Do you think that this theory is supported by only Christian scientist, non-Christian scientist, or both? Why or why not?
by SparklingJewel 9 years ago
I just heard this on TV...but can't remember it all.The partial definition of String Theory is something like: quantum mechanics is all about the smallest, and theory of relativity is the other end of the spectrum, string theory ties it all together and has been going on forever and is...
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