What is the "Super Principia Mathematica
- The Rage to Master Conceptual & Mathematical Physics?
The Super Principia Mathematica
is in general a "Theory of Everything (TOE)" described in
several volumes. In the Super Principia series of works you will find
many conceptual and mathematical models which unveil new insights into
the physics and mathematics of the universe.
The book series
is named the "Super Principia Mathematica - The Rage to Master
Conceptual & Mathematical Physics", because the goal was to
present physics similar to the way that Sir Isaac Newton introduced
his new concepts of physics in his Principia Mathematica published in
the year 1687.
The Super Principia Mathematica is a body of volumes of work that cultivates
mathematics, and conceptual physics into beautiful models of the mechanics
The main difference between
Newton's Principia Mathematica and the Super Principia Mathematica is
that Newton conveys physics and mathematics to the reader through the
use of laws, axioms, definitions, propositions, and Lemmas.
However, in the Super
Principia, only laws, definitions and aphorisms are used to convey the
same sort of message.
The Super Principia was
written for anyone that is fascinated by physics, and the incredible
way in which nature allows anyone to conceptualize a mechanical process,
build a mathematical model, which makes prediction of the process, and
finally tests the theory or model with experimentation, to determine
the accuracy of the prediction.
Similar to Isaac Newton's
"The Principia Mathematica" this book is not designed to be
read straight through like a novel, but to be studied and cross referenced
with other material, as well as other volumes of this work, based on
a specific concept one is investigating.
This book was written
to be read by anyone with a minimum high school level physics education,
and some basic understanding into algebra, geometry, differential calculus,
and integral calculus.
However, this book is
not intended to act as a course in basic physics, but to act as a means
of giving the reader a deeper understanding of concepts that one is
generally familiar; as well as introduces new physics models and new
calculations into those generally familiar concepts.
In just about every chapter
is introduced new physics models and calculations.
The author of the Super
Principia hopes that the reader enjoys this work, because it is considered
art, as well as science. I earnestly ask that everything be read with
an open mind and that the shortcomings in any of the subjects addressed,
which are new concepts, may be not so much reprehended as investigated,
and kindly supplemented, by new endeavors of the readers.
The Mathematics of Physics,
are the tools that God gave man that he may understand, describe, and
predict the great works of God's created universe.