Journal of Physical Mathematics

Astro-Theology, Cusacks Universe

Cusack P

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This paper presents a new revolutionary theory on how the universe came to be and is sustained. It shows, through the use of Mathematical Physics, how the so-called “Superforce is” determined. The Superforce is that single force that overrides all other forces of Physics, namely, Gravity, Electromagnetic, and Nuclear Forces. The theory presented here is in harmony with other field that touch on it, including Quantum Mechanic, Chemistry, Physics, Theology, Sacred Scripture, and Philosophy. Newtonian Mechanics is useful here. There is absolute time and space contrary to Einsteinian Mechanics. Our universe is just one wavelength of a spectrum. Shown is the irreducible gravitational constant and how the 11 dimension universe is built up from there. The paper provides a solution to these 11 simultaneous equations. This paper is a brief summary of the blog Astrotheology-Cusack’s Universe and the series of books by the same title. That blog is over 4300 pages posts long, and thus difficult to summarize in less than 20 pages. However, the attempt is made here. The reader is referred to those sources to glean the detail. This paper bring physics into harmony with Quantum Mechanics and also with the account of Genesis account version of Creation, which the Egyptians knew and the Hebrews learned The ancients knew much more about our universe than we previously thought.

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J. Phys. Math., Volume 7, Number 2 (2016), 8 pages.

First available in Project Euclid: 31 August 2017

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cosmology astrophysics astrotheology Cusack’s universe


P, Cusack. Astro-Theology, Cusacks Universe. J. Phys. Math. 7 (2016), no. 2, 8 pages. doi:10.4172/2090-0902.1000174.

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