THE REALITY, NOW AND UNDERSTANDING
The book "The Reality, Now and Understanding" consists of:
Text and Simulations and Figures.
Text is the written part of the book subdivided in chapters. What you are
reading now is one of those text chapters, also called index or home chapter.
This chapter services as an index or starting point to read all the other
chapters.In paragraph 2 an overview of all the text chapters is discussed.
If you are not familiar with how to read this book select H
Simulations are used to make the reality visible. There are many different
Simulations included in the book. Most simululations consist of one or more
tests. Which each of the Simulations there is also text to explain the
simulation and the different tests.
In paragraph 3 an overview of all the simulations is discussed.
Figures are the results of the Simulations stored in files.
2.0 TEXT CHAPTERS
The text of the book "The Reality, Now and Understanding" is saved in text
files. Text files all end with .TXT and are saved in the directory NOW\TXT
The following text files or chapters are supplied, which should be read in
the order indicated:
is the only file also supplied on paper. The chapter explains
how to install the two installation diskettes and how to execute the
In order to read the text of a book the program BOOK has to be used.
This chapter gives more help information how to use the program BOOK.
This is the text you are reading now.
This chapter services as an index to the other chapters.
gives background information about the why of this book.
It explains for who this book is written.
gives information about some basic physical laws.
Topics discussed are change, speed and acceleration.
explains force and Newton's Law.
explains that gravity propagation does not act instantaneous
but takes time.
explains the movement of the planets around the Sun.
explains the movement of the planet Mercury.
explains the movement of the binary pulsar PSR 1913 + 16
is of a philosophical nature.
The following topics are discussed:
- Schrodinger's Cat
explains how we can prove (test) our description of the reality.
How to prove something is discussed in the following topics:
- Dark Matter
- The fourth dimension i.e. time
- Zeno's (third) Paradox
is a conclusion and explains the relation with the Relativity Theory.
The following additional topics discussed:
- Speed of gravity propagation.
- The big bang
- The Universe
- Physical Laws
- Time Machines
For reader feedback: 11 Questions.
This chapter contains a Literature List.
gives a little background about the author.
explains how the use of accumulators can improve the accuracy
of the simulations.
3.0 SIMULATION DESCRIPTION TEXT
Simulations are programs to simulate the reality. With each Simulation there
is also text.
All the Simulations (tests) are done as part of the text chapters explained
above. That means when you follow the text chapters you will do all the
Simulations. However you can also select the Simulations individual.
The following text files of the Simulations are supplied:
shows how an object moves if a force is temporarily applied.
shows how an object falls.
shows how two objects behave as described by Newton's Law
including the influence of gravity propagation.
shows how three objects behave as described by Newton's Law
demonstrates the following 2 objects configurations:
- Mercury around the Sun under different conditions.
- 2 galaxies
- pulsar PSR 1913 + 16
shows how any number of planets move around the Sun under different
conditions in two dimensions.
shows how any number of planets move around the Sun in three
dimensions (x, y and z) under different conditions.
shows how we observe a train when the train moves in a circle.
shows how we observe a train when the train moves along a track that
has the shape of a race track. The concept of length is discussed.
shows how we observe the reality (a cause) when the concept, that
propagation (of the effects) takes time, is included.
shows the reality if sound is considered.
shows how waves propagate under different conditions.
describes the world and the behaviour of fishes.
explains that we cannot describe the reality accurate.
describes electron spin experiments of quantum mechanics.
draws five figures:
- one of program PLANETS.
- three of program SUNRAD.
- one to show the movement of Our Galaxy, the Sun and Mercury Now.
shows a picture of the Universe with galaxies in the form of a
shows how pebbles behave in a bag and discusses the limits of
performs different calculations.
4.0 THE END
This is the last paragraph.
When you have read all the chapters and performed all the tests and
demonstrations then it becomes time to take a rest, do whatever you like and
Maybe during this time of reflection you can think what your opinion is
about the book. If you fully agree with the author or not. If the book is
clear and unambigous or not.
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