Theoretical Physics with George Rajna
May He Rest in Peace
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The primary seduction of physics is simplicity. Can the scientist do the impossible and discover a simple explanation which underlies the manifest complexities we observe in the universe? The theoretical physicist is a poet of sorts, he seeks the brief, beautiful answer concealed within the question, as a careful poet, he needs to discover a beautiful truth which explains in but few ideas, the entire of it all––everything. Is there a simple, symmetrical connectivity, a deep principle which connects together the multitude of manifest complexity, and reveals that complexity to be an illusion born of a newly revealed truth? His is a poem of great brevity––physics is mathematical haiku, and I have found a supreme poet: George Rajna. I stumbled across this work by accident on the net, and was deeply impressed. Here, is a thinker of the greatest precision and originality who offers up a new vision which solves many intractable problems in but few brush strokes, as a zen master who places his brush upon the page and brings a vision to life with few lines. Are these ideas true? I do not know. However, I have studied them, and I am entirely sure they are sensible, possible, and brilliant. Read and learn of new possibility: the graviton may be two photons together, the nature of dark energy and matter might well be defined in these pages, there is new insight concerning the uncertainty principle and the relation of gravity to electromagnetism, ideas about entropy, information and reality…and so much more! I am not sure if this author is correct, history will reveal this fact one way or the other. I am however, sure of one thing: George Rajna is a mouthpiece of the possible. Please enjoy these papers.