# Difference between revisions of "Principia Mathematica 2"

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− | | name = Principia Mathematica 2 | + | | name = Principia Mathematica 2 |

| image = PrincipiaMathematica2_Front_Cover.png | | image = PrincipiaMathematica2_Front_Cover.png | ||

| author = [[Bob de Hilster]],[[David de Hilster]] | | author = [[Bob de Hilster]],[[David de Hilster]] | ||

| published = 2020 | | published = 2020 | ||

| publisher = Self Published | | publisher = Self Published | ||

− | | pages = | + | | pages = 170 |

| isbn = NOT YET PUBLISHED | | isbn = NOT YET PUBLISHED | ||

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− | Principa Mathematica 2 is a book written by father and son team [[Bob de Hilster]] and [[David de Hilster]] and describes ''The Particle Model'' (TPM) which extends Newton’s classical model of the universe to describe everything as a physical movement of particles. This model proposes physicality for light, gravity, magnetism, and electricity. The Particle Model is based on work by Isaac Newton, Georges-Louis LaSage, Dr. Glenn Borchardt, Ionel Dinu, Robert de Hilster, and David de Hilster. The existence of TPM can be credited the work by Dr. [[Ricardo Carezani]] who inspired the work done by both authors of the book. | + | Principa Mathematica 2 is a book written by father and son team [[Bob de Hilster]] and [[David de Hilster]] and describes ''[[The Particle Model]]'' (TPM) which extends Newton’s classical model of the universe to describe everything as a physical movement of particles. This model proposes physicality for light, gravity, magnetism, and electricity. The Particle Model is based on work by Isaac Newton, Georges-Louis LaSage, Dr. Glenn Borchardt, Ionel Dinu, Robert de Hilster, and David de Hilster. The existence of TPM can be credited the work by Dr. [[Ricardo Carezani]] who inspired the work done by both authors of the book. |

The book is currently in its final edit and will be published in late 2020. | The book is currently in its final edit and will be published in late 2020. | ||

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* [http://www.principiamathematica2.com Official Book Website] | * [http://www.principiamathematica2.com Official Book Website] | ||

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+ | ==Back Cover== | ||

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+ | [[File:PrincipiaMathematica2_Back_Cover.png|left|350px|Back Cover of Pincipia Mathematica 2]] | ||

[[Category:Theory|The Particle Model]] | [[Category:Theory|The Particle Model]] | ||

[[Category:Theory & Models]] | [[Category:Theory & Models]] | ||

[[Category:Book|Principia Mathematica 2]] | [[Category:Book|Principia Mathematica 2]] |

## Latest revision as of 07:00, 31 July 2020

Author | Bob de Hilster,David de Hilster |
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Published | 2020 |

Publisher | Self Published |

Pages | 170 |

ISBN | NOT YET PUBLISHED Invalid ISBN |

Principa Mathematica 2 is a book written by father and son team Bob de Hilster and David de Hilster and describes *The Particle Model* (TPM) which extends Newton’s classical model of the universe to describe everything as a physical movement of particles. This model proposes physicality for light, gravity, magnetism, and electricity. The Particle Model is based on work by Isaac Newton, Georges-Louis LaSage, Dr. Glenn Borchardt, Ionel Dinu, Robert de Hilster, and David de Hilster. The existence of TPM can be credited the work by Dr. Ricardo Carezani who inspired the work done by both authors of the book.

The book is currently in its final edit and will be published in late 2020.