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## Latest revision as of 06:53, 2 January 2017

Author | Friedwardt Winterberg |
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Published | 2002 |

Publisher | C.F. Gauss Academy of Science Press |

Pages | 293 |

ISBN | 0971881103 |

Prof. Winterberg, based on fundamental results of great Max Plank, states the new concept of matter construction. There are references to 127 known physicists in the book. Remarking that modern physics condition is similarly critical centennial situation, he points to origin new "three clouds" on a blue horizon of theoretical physics. There are the riddle of quantum gravity, the vanishing Einstein's cosmological constant, the superluminal quantum correlations. He offerred the original concept of symmetry of masses - positive and negative. Having done fundamental analysis of Planck's constants, Prof. Winterberg, does much unexpected conclusions, which will very interesting for physicists - theorists. The book is possible to gain in many places through Internet. On our site you may read separate fragments of this book, which will be published according Prof. Winterberg's permit.