the book reviews
People tend to manufacture the proof to support a cherished belief, when they instinctively feel that the belief is unacceptable. But, when a child learns that the earth is round, rather than being traumatized, they are usually happy to be informed. People are made uncomfortable when confronted by something that is very difficult to believe. They try to disprove it and if they cannot do this, they must expand their awareness to accommodate those new possibilities. This is a positive change and it opens all avenues to enlightenment. This behaviour is also true in the field of science. There are many universally accepted theories in today's science. We tend to forget that they are theories. As such, they should stand up to scrutiny and should be provable by experiment, if we are to model our reality on them. We have constructed many wonderful things using many of these theories, particularly in the field of physics. Are some of these theories erroneous or incomplete? That is the question that Mark McCutcheon asked. In his book, The Final Theory, he gives us his answer. Scientists are still trying to find a universal theory. They are also trying to repair the problematic aspects that exist in many smaller theories. McCutcheon, an electrical engineer, has developed his Expansion Theory, which accomplishes this gigantic task. It must be borne in mind by the reader that we do not truly understand the nature of gravitation, magnetism or light. In fact, Newton's Gravitation violates some of the fundamental laws of physical science! The equations put forth by Newton and Einstein are shown and the flaws are exposed. Millions of dollars have been wasted, constructing experiments to "prove" erroneous assumptions. Quantum physics has developed out of a legacy of antique, unchallenged and unproven theories. No single theory has ever explained all phenomena. In this book, you will see the mathematics that have been used and you will see the mistakes. Each natural phenomenon under scrutiny will be explained within the new theory and embellished with diagrams and mathematics. It is better to admit we do not know a thing and to search for the explanation. Why continue experiments to prove erroneous theories to be true? This only perpetuates the childhood of our species. I applaud Mark McCutcheon and challenge everyone to read his book. Again, a Caledonian leads the way.
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Michael Hawes was born in Texas, raised in Louisiana and lives in British Columbia.