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The author of this book was educated in country schools and a small town school. Hie did not understand gravity, but was very sure that at the university level gravity was completely understood. Upon graduating from high school, he would have preferred to stay on the ranch but the ranch was too small for this to be an option. The next-best thing seemed to be to go to college and satisfy a perplexing curiosity he had which was to understand what gravity really is. In college, while studying the findings of Sir Isaac Newton, he was exposed to equations that describe the force of gravity. These findings were very impressive. But, when it came to understanding what gravity really is, the answer given was, "Gravity is force at a distance and that warped space 'somehow' produces this force". This was not satisfying. This book is the result of constantly wondering about gravity, magnetism, electricity, and light, and repeatedly employing mathematics, and physics, to reveal the hidden mystery of these and other phenomena of the universe. This book possesses two approaches to the universe. One approach is to look at the universe from the perspective of theoretical physics.The second approach is to look at the universe from the perspective of axiomatic mathematics.
The end product in each case is unitivity theory. Unitivity theory possesses phenomena consistent with the phenomena of our universe, and further, possesses not only a unified field theory, but also, a "unified theory of everything". This "unified theory of everything" covers gravity, magnetism, electricity, light, force particles, quarks, charges, etc., and shows that all these have a common, unifying base. To the knowledge of the author, this is the first book to treat the whole universe in a unified way, and to disclose that the universe is simple as one, two, four. The universe of unitivity theory has one activity, two parallel sub parts to its space, and is formed using four basic types of particles. Colle