This book includes volumes III and IV of Global Physics, an intuitive interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity.

Global Dynamics develops the Global Mechanics' model about the structure of matter for the relations between mass and movement and its variation or acceleration.

According to the ancient Physics of the Greeks, the natural state of bodies was to be at rest. In Classic Dynamics, Newton’s Laws provided the causes for being at rest and quantifying motion, such as in the free fall of bodies.

The theories of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics have developed Newton's kinematics of movement. They describe motion but not the causes for it, just its mathematical representation.

Finally, Global Dynamics explains the physical causes of motion of mass and its medium support the Global Aether –string, gravitons, o space-time if you prefer–, which perfect elasticity is responsible for uniform motion.

The Global Gravity Law deserves special mention for providing a simple and intuitive explanation for the decisive “predictions” of General Relativity employing a small adjustment to Newton’s Law of Gravity.

The most impressive is the anomalous precession of the perihelion of Mercury. The deviation is due to the excess of gravity force concerning Newtonian law. This excess comes from the equivalent mass of kinetic energy, which integrates with Mercury and receives twice the attraction.

Besides, the book also includes the GigaChron experiment, G * g = c² * h * R * n, where n=1

The Theory of Relativity is one of the most complex in the history of science. Together with Darwin’s theory, it is also one of the most controversial, despite the number of experiments that have supposedly confirmed it.

Some aspects are conventionally consistent; for example, as it is currently defined, time is relative. However, it does not make much sense the official definition of the unit of time is sensitive to the gravitational field or speed; since it would have been logical to establish it, including these two specific conditions, as it does with temperature and others.

This book analyzes the basic concepts:
• Maxwell's equations and the Lorentz transformations –3D Pitagoras theorem, the principles of Poincaré, and interpretations of the Michelson-Morley experiment as immediate antecedents of relativistic physics.
• Ad hoc postulates of Einstein's relativity, or better said axioms!
• The unusual terminology of the theory: thought experiments, observer as a reference frame, inertial and non-inertial frames, and many more.
• The Euclidean space and the types in Einstein’s theory as the geometry of Minkowsky and Riemann.
• Concept of inertial, gravitational, and relativistic mass.
• The weakness of the twin paradox in Special Relativity.
• Principle of equivalence incorporating gravity with General Relativity.

Since it only explains 5% of the energy-mass of the observable universe and its peculiar characteristics, it belongs to the books of Global Metaphysics.

This book includes volumes I and II of Global Physics, an intuitive interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity.

It studies the principles of physics concerning the structure of matter and the relationship between gravity and mass with its material support, constitution, or physical reality.

Among the most prominent aspects of Global Mechanics, we can mention:
• Distance forces or purely mathematical fields have material or physical support; otherwise, it would be pure magic.
• The gravity field is the support of electromagnetic energy.
• The mechanism for creating mass involves the medium support of gravity, gravity field, and electromagnetic energy to create the strong nuclear force. This mechanism is consistent with the models of Liquid Drop and asymptotic freedom in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD)
• New theory of the atom with an electron concept explaining why they do not fall into the atomic nucleus, the Pauli principle, Young's double-slit experiment, the tunnel effect, the Spin, and what entanglement is.

Global Astrophysics and Cosmology is Volume II of Global Physics, an intuitive interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity.

The second volume proposes some thoughtful ideas on present-day enigmas:

• The stars’ nuclear fusion provokes an expansion of the universe –Global Aether, String, gravitons, o space-time if you prefer. Therefore, dark energy is not necessary anymore.
• The expansion pushes the stars to larger orbits, which elucidates their higher speed than a Newtonian orbit and the typical spiral arms of galaxies, making unnecessary dark matter.
• It seems that most of the stars were born in the vicinity of the central black hole or holes, either by direct mass-energy jets or by draining their energy via huge electromagnetic fields with the creation of cosmic dust.
• There is a chapter discussing why constant G is not constant in both Global Physics and General Relativity.
• Reflections on Cosmology suggest the Big Bang Theory would be incorrect because recent measurements of the expansion of the universe make its age equivalent to the observable universe and not its creation.

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