Adventures in Theoretics:: "Towards a Unified Motion-Force - Leo Emmanuel Lochard

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8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm) 
Black & White on White paper
356 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1519489982 
ISBN-10: 1519489986 
BISAC: Science / Physics / General

"We ask scientific questions, because we are Human Beings who are curious, inquisitive, and interested in freely pursuing understanding and knowledge that fulfill our God-given inalienable Rights to learn about “What makes our Universe tick!” 
Evidently, then, "doing Physical Sciences" is an age-appropriate learning activity in which every Human Being can freely engage, even while having a rudimentary knowledge in understanding the relationship between Mathematics and Physics, between conceptualization and actualization, or between decision-making thinking and a freely chosen corresponding course of action. 
Albert Einstein was a patent clerk at the Swiss Patent Office, in Bern, Switzerland! He was “out of the box” when he discovered Relativity! He did not have to “toe the line" with String Theory; nor did he have to be “politically correct” in order to “get a job” or to “get recognition!” What does that mean? It means, that you also, who are “out of the box,” can have an operational understanding of a Law of Physics that you can explain “in ordinary language” or “in non-mathematical language.” It means that, you also, “can do Physics!” "