Aleon: The Code of the Universe Is Unlocked.

Any person who wants to know how everything works from a particle to a star can now make this a reality. The code is unlocked. The theory of the Universe is new, and describes how particles work together in a humanly understandable way.

Leeuwarden (I-Newswire) December 15, 2013 - The theory explains the Universe as existing out of little balls that expand and pressure up on each other. This in a Universe without borders, allow for particles of various sizes to in-twist together forming an atom.

The theory describes how a particle is non dimensional which allows for a particle to expand from its smallest form to a warmth particle and beyond. The Universe is filled up with particles and all particles in the Universe are that of the same kind and simply react different towards each other depending on their size. The theory describes how fire works and why light emits from a light bulb. Why warmth is created when a person rubs his hands together and much more like how a nuclear explosion really occurs. The concept of light speed travel is also explained and should be fully possible. When read carefully anyone will see Thomas A. Edison's invention, the light bulb is clear proof of the reality described.

Quoting Thomas A. Edison, "Hell, there are no rules here. We're trying to accomplish something."
The quote applies for any particle physicist after having read this theory. As with a new theory, old ideas come to an end.

The theory of the Universe is written by Sebastiaan van der Meulen (33) from The Netherlands and is written in his online publication ebook Transparent Universe. The theory was first published in the ebook Two timeless theories on May 1st 2013. The newly released ebook Transparent Universe was published 19th September and is freely available till end 2013 at The best part? No mathematics required to understand how our Universe is formed and how it works.


About Aleon

Aleon, a self-publishing company located in The Netherlands.
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