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The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics

September 2016 edition, Ch. 35 updated September 2017, Introduction updated December 2017
by Dr. Randell L. Mills

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Volume 1: Classical Physics (CP) model of the structure of the electron and the photon used to solve atoms and their states and the subsequent closed-form solutions of the fundamental experiments of atomic physics.

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Volume 2: The solution of the 26 parameters of hydrogen molecular ions and molecules from two basic equations, one to calculate geometric parameters and the other to calculate energies, and the extension of these results to solve the majority of the important functional groups of chemistry that serve as building blocks to give the exact solutions of the majority of possible molecules and compositions of matter.

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Volume 3: Collective phenomena such as the basis of the statistical thermodynamic relationships and superconductivity, the basic forces and structure of matter on the nuclear scale and the cosmological ramifications of CP such as the identity of absolute space that unifies all frames of reference, solves the nature of the gravitational and inertial masses and their equivalence, gives the derivation of Newton’s second law, and solves the origin of gravity, the families and masses of fundamental particles, and large-scale features and dynamics of the universe including the prediction of the current acceleration of the cosmic expansion and the absence of time dilation in redshifted quasars. The central enigmas of quantum mechanics mainly regarding the wave-particle duality are also resolved classically.

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