The Nature Of Nature The Discovery of SuperWaves and How It Changes Everything


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What is everything made of? How do things change and how do they work? What is life? In The Nature of Nature, visionary scientist Irv Dardik tackles these questions by introducing his discovery of SuperWaves, a singular wave phenomenon whose design generates what we experience as matter, space, time, motion, energy, and order and chaos.

Simply put, the SuperWaves principle states that the fundamental stuff of nature is waves—waves waving within waves, to be exact. Dardik challenges the rationality of accepting a priori that the universe is made of discrete particles. Instead, by drawing from his own discovery of a unique wave behavior and combining it with scientific facts, he shows that every single thing in existence—from quantum particles to entire galaxies—is waves waving in the unique pattern he calls SuperWaves.

The discovery of SuperWaves and the ideas behind it, while profound, can be intuitively grasped by every reader, whether scientist or layperson. Touching on everything from quantum physics to gravity, to emergent complexity and thermodynamics, to the origins of health and disease, it shows that our health, and the health of the environment and civilization, depend upon our understanding SuperWaves.

The Nature of Nature is an absorbing account that combines Dardik’s contrarian look at the history of science with philosophical discussion, his own groundbreaking research, and hope for the future.

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Written by a scientist, Dardik takes us into the SuperWave: a wave whose design affects everthing and the idea that waves within waves are within...everything. This is a truly groundbreaking book for those familiar with the concepts outlined but also those wanting to expand their knowledge.

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General Fields

  • : 9781623369354
  • : Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale
  • : May 2017
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : OO
  • : 352