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The Harmony of Reality
in no time...

by Henri Salles

      Are you a physics fan? Well, you are in for a surprise with Salles's new book, The Harmony of Reality, in no time...

His theory, the theory of gravimotion, will question everything you have learned in physics and actually make you stop and think about the "reality" of it all. Questioning the matter or motion truths will set your head to spinning as he brings home the reality of our existence in the universe. It is sure to deflate your ego when you learn that we are stuck on a spinning dirt ball millions of miles in space circling the sun at the end of a speeding milky way.

If you don't know what that is, you need to read Salles's book. In it he describes his theory of gravimotion... Quoting from the book, Salles explains..."In the gravimotion theory, both gravitation and the speed of light depend on pure activity (the space we occupy); and such gravity decreases along with the expansion of the universe, while speed of light increases. This interpretation goes against all modern theories, in which the main ingredient of the universe is matter rather than energy (pure activity) and in which speed of light is constant..."

Remember the old question, "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" This book asks similar questions and attempts to answer some of them. Time and space are like that: indistinguishable. Maybe, maybe not. Does time occupy space? Can nothingness be measured? The nothingness around us is something. It has physical attributes. What about time... it marches on. And what is reality?

These questions and more can be found in Salles's book as he looks at the incoherence in physics. The Harmony of Reality is a book for those who may not have really understood physics and thought maybe there was something missing. In his book, Salles gives the reader a plug-in for those inconsistencies called common sense and nature. Read it and reap!

The Book

American Book Publishing
April 1, 2008
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The Reviewer

Nicole Merritt
Reviewed 2008
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