About the Author
I graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in the People’s Republic of China. I majored in Materials Science with a B.S. degree, and a M.S. degree in Computer Science. Physics and mathematics were my favorite classes back then. I came to the United States to pursue further study in Computer Science, and I got another Master Degree in Wayne State University in Detroit. I have worked as a computer engineer in the United States for about twenty years. In college, I had doubts with quark theory, general relativity theory, especially with black hole related speculations. I could not accept these unexplainable theories and decided to find the answers. I studied Quark theories for most of my life and eventually concluded that the theory is completely wrong. Then, I created the Torque model to explain everything I wanted to explain. This book has most of the discoveries of the theory. Henry Cao provided vital insights to every aspect of the theory such as the Fibonacci series and Gravity theory. These insights helped the research and led to the right path. He also did the final editing for this book.