- Nineteenth century science unveiled energy as a fundamental ingredient of the matter system.
- Twentieth century science unveiled a fundamental
*lightspeed link*to its substantiveness, but inadvertently restricted its existence to the*temporal*(big bang created)*matter system*; in understandable ignorance of*big bang cosmology*(BBC) which was needed to comprehend the truth of Maxwell's premature finding that*space is endowed with an enormous intrinsic energy density, here crudely denoted by**e/o*. - Via
*the new fundamental mathematical physics*which is systmatically derived herein from nothing more than the present implications of*e/o*commensurate with BBC, you have the opportunity to contribute to the present scientific unveiling of*two*successively more encompassing, more fundamental, and more practical manifestations of*substantive energy.*Namely: - The
*temporal*(big bang created)*physical space of this universe*_{ }. - The
*permanent*, underlying, and elementary, (1 + p > 3)-dimensional continuum of vibrating*hyper-energy*. - The new mathematical physics, concordant with the most far-reaching physical aspirations of James Clerk Maxwell and Albert Einstein, will empower you to probe
*all*matter and space structures in exquisite visual detail; from the powerful perspective of one who sees it all being sustained by*the flow of time*, physically understood at long last.

Section files are now available for the forthcoming paper:

(Styled for Phys. Rev. D15)

In this paper a surprisingly classical and practical solution to the 65 year old quantum gravity problem is methodically derived from a historically overlooked theoretical finding of James Clerk Maxwell. Namely, that:

Thereby accounting, qualitatively, for the universal 'attraction' of matter in terms of a profound

"As I am unable to understand in what way a medium can possess such properties, I cannot go any further in this direction in searching for the cause of gravitation". [1]

Surprisingly, in stark contrast to the ineffective 19th century

Maxwell was thus the first fundamental theoretical physicist to deduce that the ubiquity of energy exhibited by the

Given the obvious potential importance of Maxwell's

The longstanding mysteries in fundamental physics concerning

Hence

[1] James Clerk Maxwell, "A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field," Phil. Trans., Vol 155 (1865)459-512, pp. 492-3.

[2] R. E. Var, "On a New Mathematical Framework for Fundamental Theoretical Physics," Foundations of Physics, Vol. (