Everything is Energy by Albert Simpson (book)

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A human being has about 37 trillion cells each comprising about 100 trillion particles. Each and every one of those particles is attracted to earth’s particles via energy exchanges. We humans have touch sensors, thermo sensors and pain sensors and sensors that taste, hear and see. All such sensors link to our brains but our brains receive no information about the tiny gravity attraction pulls on its zillions of body particles. Nor do we feel earth’s atmospheric pressure of about 1 kilogram per square centimetre acting on our body particles. The book says our perceived view of the world as one of matter is wrong. It explains that all its man made and natural structures, including life forms, are particle mists exchanging energies and that Earth’s structures are less than 0.0001% particles in over 99.9999% space. Paperback book 15 x 23 cm 116pp.

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DEinstein argued that if he stepped off a building he felt no gravity force. He went on to develop his general theory of relativity in which massive objects generate gravitational fields by distorting the space and time around them. Everything is Energy argues that Einstein felt no gravity force because he had not the means to. A human being has about 37 trillion cells each comprising about 100 trillion particles. Each and every one of those particles is attracted to earth’s particles via energy exchanges. We humans have touch sensors, thermo sensors and pain sensors and sensors that taste, hear and see. All such sensors link to our brains but our brains receive no information about the tiny gravity attraction pulls on its zillions of body particles. Nor do we feel earth’s atmospheric pressure of about 1 kilogram per square centimetre acting on our body particles. The book says our perceived view of the world as one of matter is wrong. It explains that all its manmade and natural structures, including life forms, are particle mists exchanging energies and that Earth’s structures are less than 0.0001% particles in over 99.9999% space. To illustrate the space in an atom the book zooms in on the space volume that is an atom nucleus making it grape sized. On that scale proton and neutron particles would be the seeds of the grape and the electrons would be grains of sand about a kilometre away. Published by Cosphi Publications. Paperback book 15 x 23 cm 116pp.

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A3 297mm x 420mm, A2 420mm x 594mm

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