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True Physics of Light Beyond Relativity: Quantum Gravity and the Cosmic Multiverse [Hardcover]

Shailesh Kadakia
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April 1, 2011 0982718640 978-0982718643
This book is about the true science of light. Many physicists from the beginning of time have failed to recognize the exact nature of light as it relates to different events, either occurring naturally or created by human efforts. In this second edition of the book, we have revealed astonishing details of the creation of radiation waves by applying quantum particle electron theory developed by Max Planck. Our work extends the ideas suggested by the Portuguese physicist, Joao Magueijo, and proves his ideas of the varying speed of light (VSL) to be correct. We have provided answers to many questions about the creation of the solar system and the universe that were not answered by previous creation theories, such as the big bang. Our theory of relativity, postulated by Mr. Kadakia and designated skylativity, comes from a simplification of many computations related to the sky and the universe, and presents the results with higher accuracy than before.

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Shailesh Kadakia, originally from Mumbai, India, earned his graduate degree MSEE in electrical engineering with emphasis on computer technology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1981. From 1981 to 2001, he was employed as an information technology engineer in several blue chip manufacturing corporations. During his 20-year IT career, he was issued five patents in computer technology (circuits and systems), and published over twenty-five reports and papers in journals. He contributed to the successful completion of projects at National Semiconductor, Texas Instruments, Cirrus Logic, Motorola Semiconductor, Hewlett Packard, LSI Logic, Silicon Graphics, Entropic Communication, and NxtWave Communication. For proposing the idea of the Smart Card for national security, he was awarded the Business Man of the Year 2005 award from the National Republican Congressional Committee. In April of 2010, he published the first book, True Physics of Light, Beyond Relativity. The book has been well received at several universities and community colleges.

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  • Hardcover: 351 pages
  • Publisher: Matrix Writers & Publishers (April 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982718640
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982718643
  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 8.5 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,849,757 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Shailesh R. Kadakia's True Physics of Light, Beyond Relativity (second edition) delves into a fascinating, insightful discussion involving the fundamental gaps in Einstein's theory of relativity, particularly the lack of information on the motion of light and the primary features that distinguish the wave nature of light from that of the particle theory. Introducing intriguing and well-refined concepts such as absolute time and the true speed of light, Kadakia's text supplies the reader with powerful information about the workings of the universe in a nicely-packed, easy to understand book that is "most suitable for novice and expert readers who wish to advance the knowledge of light wave physics to the next level."

Essentially, Kadakia strives to enhance the individual's understanding of cosmology by way of the theory of special and general relativity. Ideally, True Physics of Light is textbook material, catering to second-year university students and experienced physics professors as well as physicists. Kadakia does an outstanding job of simplifying and providing a step-by-step explanation, with tables and illustrations, of complex topics such as Planck's quantum waves.

More importantly, this book is full of surprising, even shocking revelations that will prompt the reader to look differently and further analyze long-held perceptions of topics including, but not limited to, light being a wave--rather than a particle--the role of quarks in the origin of matter, complex dimensions, weather predictions, lifespan of solar systems, and the mystery behind the black hole.
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Review of the book “True Physics of Light, Beyond Relativity
(2nd Edition)” by Shailesh Kadakia.

By Francis Ben, PhD (The University of Adelaide, Australia) 01/09/2014

Shailesh’s book tackles the difficulty of understanding light as an entity in physical science. It
presents arguments (both in words and mathematical forms) that highlight the limitations of Albert
Einstein’s theory of relativity. It attempts to address the misconceptions a lot of people have about
the attributes of light. The book is a move forward from the physics that ‘everyday’ people have
come to encounter during their schooling days (assuming that they chose to study physics at upper
secondary levels). The contents of the book are almost too controversial, but in a good way as
challenging existing theories and postulates is a way forward in the field of science. New ideas such
as the notion of ‘skylativity’ and the integration of gravity at quantum scales are presented, and
have been substantiated by a good number of backing information including mathematical
expressions and equations. If the new ideas presented in this book become widely accepted in the
physics community, its impact on educating our youth with physics will be dramatic – it will
virtually change every single physics/physical science textbook used in schools.

The book was clearly designed for university students who are studying physics. The concepts and
arguments are clear enough to understand. The graphics and illustrations add to the appeal to read
the textbook. This book has a very good potential to gain wide acceptance in the school/university
market.
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The True Physics of Light, Beyond Relativity is a courageous book giving a fresh perspective to questions that remained unanswered by Einstein's Theory of Relativity - at least until Shailesh explored them in his book. By going back to the fundamentals and turning the prevalent theory on its head, upside down, and all around, True Physics of Light re-examines old questions and provides much clearer answers and solutions. The graphics and illustrations are very helpful - the writing is clear and concise. The breadth of questions and answers examined in this book are wide and allows the reader to think beyond what we know and push the boundaries of today's knowledge. True Physics of Light is generating the type of discussion needed today to advance the physics and technology of tomorrow. The work in this book supports and greatly furthers the work done by Portuguese physicist, Joao Magueijo.

A must read for anyone looking to make step changes in the world of science and physics.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Facts on Physics of Radiation Energy Waves March 7, 2013
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True Physics of Light, Beyond Relativity: Quantum Gravity and the Cosmic Multiverse.
2nd Edition by Shailesh Kadakia (Matrix Writers & Publishers, $99.99).

The strange nature and behavior of light energy waves has made it the most poorly understood energy source in nature. This book describes new ways of describing light and its various properties. Subjects covered deal with whether light is a wave or a particle, the physics of electromagnetic waves, limitations of Einstein's Special Relativity, black holes, accurate weather forecast and the origin of infinite universe, plus several other topics.

The author's purpose for publishing this book is to introduce facts about light, particles, waves, and how they relate to the entire universe that are unconventional compared with current thinking. These facts are verified by mathematics described in the book and lead to a new way of thinking about the universe in which we live.

Shialesh Kadakia, originally from Mumbai, India, earned his MSEE degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas. He was awarded National Science Foundation funding for his research and thesis completion. During his 20 year career as an Information Technology Engineer at several manufacturing companies, he was issued five patents in computer technology circuits and systems, and had 25 reports and papers published in various journals. He was also awarded "Businessman of the Year" title for proposing the idea of a "smart card" for national security and is listed in the Cambridge directory of Who's Who.

"True Physics of Light, Beyond Relativity," although a technical book, is easy to read and does not contain any mathematics beyond intermediate calculus.
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