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Reviewed by Bryone Peters for Readers' Favorite
Physics Theories United by Bobby Dee Ticer summarizes the laws of physics succinctly. The varied and exciting history of physics, its personalities, and its concepts are brilliantly described. Ticer’s work begins with Newton’s work relating to gravity. Ticer discusses the second law of thermodynamics and entropy in easy-to-understand language. He outlines the conditions for the existence of photons and gravitons in terms of their mass and energy. He discusses waves and wave theory relative to the conflicting views of physical-chemical parameters. Two kinds of waves are observed in certain dimensional media. Ticer also deals with the black hole question. A section of the book focuses on the possible applications of Hubble cosmology in terms of a finite universe that may or may not be expanding.
Physics Theories United by Bobby Dee Ticer is a marvelous read as it presents all of the more prominent theories advanced during the evolution of physics. The writing is clear and concise and will appeal to those interested in the topic. It also provides an abbreviated version of the history of physics for anyone wanting to recap the development of modern physics as a science. The work is well-written and results in a coherent narrative - a feat not easy in physics. I enjoyed reading about the people who contributed to this field of research and the potential anomalies in each theory. At the conclusion, the author includes health and nutritional information that might be useful for people looking to improve their understanding of healthy living. Ticer refers to his personal experiences and the knowledge of those around him that contributed to prolonging his life.