Principia Mathematica 2 is a book that will be coming out in 2020 authored by father/son team Robert and David de Hilster.
The title of the book was under the insistence of Amnon Meyers, close friend of David de Hilster. After much deliberating, the title was accepted by both the authors. Although the immensity of importance of Newton’s “Principia Mathematica” is known to everyone, it is the feeling of Meyers and both de Hilsters that this book represents a worthy extension of those principles and merits the title.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The book is broken down into three parts: Principles, Universe Hacks 1-3, and Universe Hack 4 and the Future. Part one contains the foundational principles of TPM and intuitions on which TPM is based. Part two details the foundational principles of the TPM from previous scientist’s work upon which TPM is based. Part two also contains the two authors attempts at describing the universe using the principles or “toolkit” of TPM. Part three talks includes the author’s impressions of TPM and what they see as the future directions of the model.
This is the current version of the table of contents for the upcoming book.
NOTE: this changes regularly as progress on the book continues.
The foundations of the particle model use intuition in order to hack the universe. No math is needed.
Part I: Particle Model Foundations
- Extending Newton’s Principles
- Particle Flow
Part II Universe Hack
- Hack 1 – Newton and Le Sage
- Hack 2 – Borchardt and Dinu
- Hack 3 – de Hilster and de Hilster
Part III: Hack 4 Future Hacks
- Universe Hack 4.0
- Is there a G3?
- Atomic Structure
- The Three Main Objections
- Anomalies During an Eclipse
- Circuit Calculations
- Newton’s and Coulomb’s Equation
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