Revolutionary new physics could lead to ultimate weapons of mass destruction By Roland Michel Tremblay

Roland Michel Tremblay

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Note: revised version Oct 1, 2009

By Roland Michel Tremblay
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17 September, 2009

As a sci-fi author and science consultant for films and television documentaries, I have made it my mission to seek out every alternate theory out there – no matter how crazy they may seem – to explore any possibility of new physics that might be uncovered and put to use. That is, until I came across something so perfect and convincing that I had to stop in my tracks.

I now realize, to my complete astonishment, that the true Theory of Everything may already exist, in a book published soon after the new millennium – you just haven’t heard about it yet. Who is this author, Mark McCutcheon, and what is this book, The Final Theory, that I have read? My God! This is not the usual crackpot theory used as fodder for some lame sci-fi TV series; this is it – the first truly viable new physics to have ever arisen.

As I read on and on, for the first time gaining a complete understanding of all that is currently mysterious and weird in theoretical physics, including Newton ’s gravity, Einstein’s relativity, and especially the quantum mechanics of Niels Bohr, I found myself making a complete turn around. I will never see the world the same way again.

Yes, this Theory of Everything really does explain it all, up to the mysteries surrounding the Pioneer satellites leaving the solar system and the difficulties we have encountered landing spaceships on other moons and planets. McCutcheon has just rewritten the whole of physics and it makes sense, backed up with mathematics to prove it all. I cannot see how he could be wrong, and believe me I have tried to prove him wrong in a long correspondence with him now spanning several years.

I then started wondering how this new understanding of every single phenomenon in physics might be used to perfect weapons of mass destruction, even build the most powerful nuclear weapons ever made. Up until now we never truly understood what was behind the physics that we have exploited to make such weapons possible – it was largely a progression of abstract models and trial-and-error. Now I believe, through this new theory, we can have a complete understanding of it all. I cannot fault it; perhaps you can?

Who would have thought one single little idea could revolutionize the whole of physics and completely rewrite Newton , Einstein and Bohr, all in one time swoop? That is the now almost mythical hope for the long-sought Theory of Everything, but who among us actually believed it was possible? Completely rewriting the books on all these theories of gravity and relativity and quantum mechanics, all based on one singular new principle running throughout it all?

Yet I assure you this could be it; this is what I feel McCutcheon has achieved, I’m sure without even realizing the enormous impact this will have on the world, and how we will go about building more powerful weapons of mass destruction as a consequence.

Are we wise enough to handle this new knowledge, this entirely new physics, if it turns out to be the true Theory of Everything? Well, above all else we must do our best to uncover and communicate the whole truth to everyone, to every single child studying physics, mathematics and chemistry world-wide. We also have a duty to verify independently the validity of Expansion Theory. There would be no point going any further on our current path in science – our Standard Theory, filled with warped space-time, quantum mysteries and relativity paradoxes.

These are chronic issues in our science that never disappear and which no one truly understands – despite the odd academic assurance to the contrary. This is not because the vast majority of us lacks the intellectual capacity, while the handful who are heavily invested in these specialties are, oddly, so far beyond the rest, but because these concepts are inherently nonsensical to any sensible mind without an agenda.

Only now can I see this with crystal clarity. I can now re-read the explanation attempts offered for the various paradoxes in our science and see the obvious logical flaws in all of them. McCutcheon makes a convincing case in answering and solving virtually all these paradoxes. I challenge you to read this book and tell me otherwise (I want to hear your views):

“The Final Theory, Rethinking Our Scientific Legacy”

Now we could potentially have a true understanding of what E=mc2 really means. Now we may know the true nature of subatomic and atomic bonds, furthering research in such areas as biological, chemical and nuclear weapons. I don’t know, but with such a convincing understanding of how physics and chemistry truly work, I think we may have finally stumbled upon the Holy Grail of all wars.

And yet, I cannot say this should be hidden from view. I cannot say that such an understanding of all physics should be kept secret. I believe we should seek the truth above all else, especially considering how many billions of dollars we spend on experiments that can now be clearly demonstrated to be primitive, misguided or useless by theory alone.

This strikes me all the more now when I encounter documentaries about time travel, wormholes, parallel universes and the like, where presumably great theoretical physicists like Michio Kaku, Stephen Hawking and Lawrence M. Krauss, could actually just be wasting time and money that could be far better spent if they had the real physics to work with, furthering the urgency for more theoretical physicists to prove or debunk Expansion Theory.

Expansion Theory, as McCutcheon has aptly named this new theory, could ensure we will never struggle to understand how to land a spacecraft on any moon or planet in the solar system, or needlessly lose one more astronaut. Gravity may not be what we think it is today – it could finally have a proper, entirely new definition.

I am now going to give you, for the first time ever, a core insight from the new theory, which you can take or leave as you see fit. But if you read the book, I feel you may very well be convinced of its truth, just like I am now. I urge you not to dismiss the idea off hand or comment that this is crazy without reading the book, since it solves every single paradox in physics, with mathematical proof.

And it is simply this: all can be explained by the fact that the electron is the only fundamental particle in the universe, and that it constantly expands, causing all atoms, which are composed of them, to also expand. And since atoms are expanding entities, all objects made of atoms expand as well, at a rate confirmed mathematically in a neat little equation McCutcheon has derived in the book. Every atom or object in the universe doubles in size every 19 minutes, though this growth is unseen directly since everything maintains the same relative size.

That means the Earth expands by 4.9 meters each second. Falling objects never truly fall, they float in the air until the Earth reaches them whilst expanding. This finally explains why a truck and a feather reach the ground at the same time in a vacuum. Isn’t that revolutionary? And yet, I cannot see how it could be otherwise. It explains all of gravity, all orbits, all of energy.

This would mean Newtonian gravity completely destroyed. In this theory, objects are not attracted to each other by a mysterious attracting gravitational force at a distance. The distance between objects simply diminishes due to the fact that all objects undergo a constant underlying expansion, while empty space does not, resulting in effectively constant-sized objects moving toward each other. The expansion of electrons and atoms explains everything: gravity, chemical bonds, a new model of both the electron and the atom without any inherent charge or magnetism.

The entire universe could be alive with expanding electrons, pushing against each other both within and outside the atom, in electron clouds or electron clusters that explain radiating heat and light. The theory goes on to explain radio waves and the whole spectrum of energy waves, which are no longer waves at all, but various configurations of expanding electrons.

The whole of physics can now be explained by expanding electrons. We now have light without mysterious photons, without Einstein, without quantum mechanics. No more weird claims that no one can understand or explain.

I never thought in a million years that one man could come up with such a radical change of the whole of physics all in one go, all within one revolutionary book. I cannot shake this impression that Mark McCutcheon could soon explode unto the world of physics world-wide and be declared a greater genius than Albert Einstein. I am eager to get more people to read and see if Expansion Theory can be proved wrong, I found no loophole.

Can you explain what you observe in the world around you? Planetary orbits, atomic bonds, the configuration and dynamics of all matter in this world? The true nature of all these energy forces, which is shown to be an obsolete concept in this new theory? Now I believe I can. It is all now simplified completely; there are no more mysteries. Now I can worry about how such an understanding of the true physics of this world, how the strongest candidate ever for a true final Theory of Everything, could potentially be used to annihilate the world we live in.

We should always remain one step ahead, shouldn’t we? I know there are many crackpots out there coming up with new definitions of just about everything in physics, including gravity. But I feel Mark McCutcheon is the one voice in the crowd who has finally truly struck gold; he cannot possibly be wrong in my opinion, and his book proves it in theory, with so many proofs page after page.

In fact, I am so impressed, I think this is such an important book that could revolutionize physics, I’m thinking about turning the book into a television documentary. If you read the book and you are interested in financing such a documentary, please contact me. This entirely new paradigm truly needs to get around – it has to be assessed and recognized so we can stop wasting time, money and energy on the wrong physics, if somehow this is the real thing.

I can’t believe how hard it is without a proper marketing machine to reach out and tell the world about a critical new development. In an ideal world, a book such as this should have had such an impact by now, but obviously our world is far from ideal, so more must be done and said. You too I think will have no doubt about this once you read the book. It seems to me difficult to read it and state that this is not it, that “Expansion Theory” does not explain everything in physics, unless somehow you feel threatened by such a revolution. At the very least it will make you think twice, and then hopefully you can prove it wrong. Just read the comments of those who have read it:

We could have here the long-awaited revolution in science we’ve been looking for, we could now have a true Theory of Everything for the first time ever. And now let’s see the leaps and bounds science could make when finally we have a full understanding of what we are doing.

It could lead to better weapons of mass destruction, it could also lead to a new technological revolution that has been too long in coming. It could be our only hope to instantly solve the energy crisis which is responsible for most wars in this world. Considering what is at stake, I hope you will give it an honest chance, I’ve got a feeling this is it.


“Without irony, this life would hardly be worth living.”

Roland Michel Tremblay

8 thoughts on “Revolutionary new physics could lead to ultimate weapons of mass destruction By Roland Michel Tremblay

  1. McCutcheon’s premise is astounding because it is a connection between all things that change and how that change is consistent. Nobody else provides an explanation for why we are able to measure a thing like the earth’s rotation to the ticking of a clock. It seems to have just been taken for granted – at least for the last 300 years or so. It’s like our brains all shut off at the same moment.
    Like a virus that slipped below our defenses, the idea of “time” caused mankind to become brain-dead.
    Something drives change. And that something is universal and must be small, small enough to drive a cesium atomic clock. If it wasn’t tiny, smaller than an atom, we couldn’t measure what we call “time”, we couldn’t relate a single change to any other change. But we can and we do and we turn away from that mystery and just go on. How can this be???
    We forgot about cause and effect. The cause: something drives change. The effect: we can relate one kind of change to another. This is a mystery.
    We simply don’t ask such questions. McCutcheon not only asks them he answers them. And because he stopped and looked at that which everyone else has taken for granted for over 300 years, we have a new physics; one that says that change is the effect of a cause. And he tells you what the cause is. How could we have been blind for so long?

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  3. I’ve read the book too and have pretty much the same opinion of it as Mr. Tremblay.
    With only rare exceptions, critiques of Mr. McCutcheon’s book follow the same, tired approach of first not reading it and justifying that with a Logical fallacy, normally an Appeal to Authority or Appeal to Consensus.
    Those are not valid arguments – at least in a world being viewed by logical, rational minds.
    McCutcheon shows that so many of the theories we live with, that we teach, that we’ve been taught contain blatant fallacies and contradictions.
    He looks at the same things we see and pretty much says, “Don’t you see the mystery here?”.
    The first mystery he points out is that in our physics, gravity doesn’t use any energy. And he asks, “how can that be?”. Even though we are well aware of the energy being released by the tremendous pressures at our own earth’s core, we don’t have an explanation for where that energy comes from or how, after billions of years, it doesn’t seem to be getting any weaker. The mystery is free, unlimited energy – which in today’s theories can’t be. How does it get explained away? Well, he shows the slight of hand that was used to get us to close our eyes.
    But that is just one of many mysteries he points out in his book, and indeed that seems to be the most remarkable thing about it and about him.
    There is courage there, fellow reader. And a spirit that seems indomitable. If you read the book with an open mind, you will never look at existence the same way again.”

  4. All of you are showing me here why this book did not have the impact it should have. All of you just stated that we needed proof and evidence and maths, well, it is all in the book, it is packed with maths proving it all. You should not look for excuses and bury your head in the sand, and especially dismissing it without first reading the book. I am telling you, you would not be talking like this if you had read the book. I am not getting carried away, the book proves the theory with maths, and finds answers to long puzzling paradoxes in physics. Don’t be too quick to judge me or the author of the book, read it first then come back here and provide meaningful comments. I would not dream of dismissing something or criticising a book I have never read. There is a good chance that this physics will change everything. I understand this is only my opinion but it is backed up by many comments on Amazon. You should give it a chance. And well yes, perhaps I have been a bit extreme in the way I have written the article, but I can’t help it, this is perhaps why you may have enjoyed some of my previous articles. We cannot wake up a nation with murmurs.

  5. I always enjoyed Michel’s articles and admired his objectivity, but with this one, he seems to be getting carried away and getting too caught up and too excited about it way too soon, before there is some serious mathematical evidences of this theory to back it up.

    Yes, it sounds nice and theoritically offers much, but a lot more has to be proven before we start talking about throwing out science books and scientific facts, which were solidly proven.

    Give real scientists, who can verify the validity and credibility of this theory, time, and I’m sure that evidenced science will prevail at the end of the day.

  6. Before throwing such geniuses as Newton, Einstein and Niels Bohr out the window with this theory that electrons compose everything, it would be nice to see some mathematical proof of this theory. If you can show by mathematics to other physicists that your theory is correct, they will of necessity concede. That is how Einstein proceeded when nearly all other physicists thought he was wrong. Just as the Greeks discovered the laws of geometry were described by mathematics- the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides, for example, the universe is governed by mathematical laws. You need to show one in this instance.

  7. I believe the theory is nice thinking, and makes a reasonably good attempt at debunking what desperately needs debunking. But it isn’t inductive enough to have any chance of shifting concensus physics off it’s current dead end track. It will simply be ignored and consigned to the ‘crackpot theory’ heap.
    The real task it seems is not so much to get the theory right as to understand the quantum workings of the human mind and deflect it from it’s established course.
    The new theory basis must also be compelling, and I’m afraid for me it’s not compelling enough. I see a number of flaws and paucity of evidence. It could perhaps be ‘cherry picked’, revised, developed, but it needs a new more solid basis to have any chance at all of being taken seriously.
    Believe me I know this I’ve come across a far more obvious ‘model’ solution which solves all the paradoxes and anomolies you mention and allows unification. It’s fully indictively demonstrated and meets all observation and experimental results. It has some paralells, but is less etherial. If THAT isn’t being taken seriously! It’s only on selected display at present (check out the ‘Perfect Symmetry’ Essay on the Templeton Foundation FQXi site, and link in Post 4 below it) as I feel a stealthy approach may work better.
    But I do slightly lambast the poor attitudes of many physicists!
    Let me know your views.

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