Schroedinger's Universe and the Origin of the Natural Laws

by Milo Wolff


Book Details

Schrödinger's Universe: Einstein, Waves and the Origin of the Natural Laws

Erwin Schrodinger (1937) perceived that the whole Universe, what we observe as material bodies and forces, are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space.
When he and Einstein debated the particle theorists led by Neils Bohr, most scientists thought they had lost.
This book shows they were right; that all matter is one Wave Structure in the space of the Universe. If the stars did not exist, we could not exist.


Book Excerpt

This reader-friendly book shows the Origin of the Natural Laws; of interest to every curious person who has puzzled over the meaning of space and the Universe. Until now the origin of the Natural Laws had been unknown although hundreds of articles have been written seeking “The Theory of Everything”. Now you can know!

The origins of the Laws are amazingly simple – one wave medium (space), and its two properties are the only elements needed to obtain the laws of Nature that underlie all of science. This simplicity underscores the value of the book both for philosophers and for people who apply it for practical research.

Applications have appeared in industries where their bottom line is dependent on the truth of the Natural Laws; Included are the development of computer chips by Hitachi Corp. and for Intel Corp by Professor Carver Mead at the California Institute of Technology.


About the Author

Milo Wolff

Milo Wolff is a retired (MIT) astronomer-physicist-engineer who has been a professor in Singapore, Indonesia, Sri-lanka, and visiting professor in China and the Observtoire de Paris. Schroedinger's Universe and the Origin of the Natural Laws is the second book describing the remarkable insights of science that arise from Irwin Schroedinger's proposal that all matter is a wave structure in space. and