Volume II: The Universal Law. The General Theory of Physics and Cosmology (Concise Version)

by Georgi Alexandrov Stankov

Copyright 1999, 290 pages

Short Summary

The concise version of volume II on physics and cosmology is a further elaboration of the integrated physical and mathematical axiomatics of the Universal Law to a unified theory of physics and cosmology and can be read independently of volume I on physics and mathematics. It contains the most important derivations of the Universal Law which succinctly prove that there is only one Universal Law of Nature. However, we recommend the reader to begin with Volume I and only then proceed with Volume II.

This volume contains the basic achievements of the new General Theory of Physics and Cosmology of the Universal Law. It covers the physical theory as presented in standard textbooks on physics and cosmology for students worldwide and goes further than that by presenting new derivations of fundamental natural constants and particular physical laws from the Universal Law which are not known to physicists yet.

The book has adopted the common didactic pattern of presenting the physical theory as it can be found in most standard textbooks on this subject. It begins with a thorough introduction to the basic statements of the new physical and mathematical axiomatics of the Universal Law in the form of a classical scientific publication, which, nonetheless, represents a completely new theoretical approach in this discipline (see scientific publication on the new axiomatics below).

In Volume I, the new axiomatics was derived ontologically and epistemologically from the primary term of human consciousness by presenting abundant empirical evidence from various fields of science and human cognition. Its validity was presented as the crowning result of an extensive empirical and introspective research effort.

In the concise version of volume II, the new physical and mathematical axiomatics is placed at the beginning, so that all subsequent results and mathematical derivations in physics and cosmology are grounded in this irrefutable system of logical human thinking. This is a completely new didactic and ontological approach in science and physics.

Exactly this new approach makes the comprehension of the physical stuff by the reader much easier, as it automatically eliminates all the semantic and gnostic confusion that is currently observed in conventional physics and hinders an understanding of the Nature of All-That-Is.

After the new physical and mathematical axiomatics is thoroughly introduced, the book proceeds with the mathematical applications of the Universal Law in classical mechanics, wave theory, thermodynamics, electromagnetism and quantum mechanics, and ends up with the theory of relativity and cosmology, and their explanation within the new physical axiomatics. Each chapter contains numerous exercises concerning practical applications of the Universal Law that should be solved by the students. In some cases, possible solutions are suggested.

There are many chapters in the book that contain new derivations of natural constants and physical laws, as well as further applications of the Universal law that are presented for the first time in the history of this discipline and go beyond conventional physical knowledge. These chapters are specially designated to make the reader aware of their novelty.

This includes many new fundamental physical constants and laws, such as Stankov’s law on photon thermodynamics, which builds the theoretical background for the future use of free photon energy in the 5th dimension. This is one of the major achievements of the new Physical Theory of the Universal Law as presented in this volume.

The new physical theory in volume II (concise version) confirms all the mathematical results obtained in physics so far. At the same time, it disproves some fundamental concepts that have not been really challenged by any scientist until now.

In the first place, the second law of thermodynamics, also known as the law of entropy, is refuted, while its mathematical derivations are obtained from the Universal Law and explained by its theory. This theoretical achievement eliminates the fundamental antinomy in present-day science – the existence of highly organized organic matter with evolving consciousness versus dissipating matter as stated by the law of entropy.

The refutation of this law is of great importance in the End Times of mankind and this planet, as this law rejects the possibility of Ascension of human beings to the 5th and higher dimensions. In fact, it rejects the existence of such levels of highly organized energy.

This volume can be therefore used as a complete textbook on the new theory of physics and cosmology by all physicists, students of physics and other natural sciences with a very good knowledge of conventional physics and mathematics.

In addition, the reader must be aware of the numerous blunders, inconsistencies and paradoxes in present-day physics from an epistemological and methodological point of view as to fully grasp and appreciate the new presentation of this discipline in volume II. This appears to be a great challenge to most specialists, as long as they stick to their old, wrong physical dogmas and show no inclination to enter new ways of perceiving the Nature of All-That-Is.

The comprehension of Volume II in its concise and full version is a necessary prerequisite for an understanding of the theory of the New Gnosis of the Universal Law as it has been developed by the author in five philosophical books published on this website.

The new physical theory in volume II is thus the foundation of the new transcendental physics that will be available to all human beings after their Ascension in the 5th dimension by the end of 2012. Therefore, it is accurate to say that the physical theory in this volume is the new Science of Ascension.






1.1 Mathematical methods of presenting space-time
1.2 Newton’s laws and their applications
1.3 Work and energy in mechanics
1.4 Space-time of rotations
1.5 Kepler’s laws
1.6 Newton’s law of gravity is a derivation of the universal equation (ND)
1.7 The ontology of Newton’s law from consciousness – A paradigm of how physical laws are introduced in physics (ND)
1.8 Mass and mind
1.9 Mass, matter, and photons (ND)
1.10 Mechanics of solids and fluids

2.1 Oscillations
2.2 Mechanical waves
2.3 Standing waves and quantum mechanics
2.4 Wave equation
2.5 The action potential as a wave
2.6 The doppler effect

3.1 What is temperature?
3.2 The ideal-gas laws
3.3 Boltzmann’s law and the kinetic theory of gases
3.4 Heat and the first law of thermodynamics (ND)
3.5 Laws of radiation (ND)
3.6 Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics (ND)
3.7 Stankov’s law of photon thermodynamics (ND)

4.1 Etymology of concepts
4.2 Basic quantities and units of electricity (ND)

– The charge of the basic photon qp is the elementary area (Ks) of space-time
– The fundamental unit of charge e is the geometric area of the electron

4.3 What are permettivity and permeability of free space (ND)?
4.4 Coulomb’s law and the electric field
4.5 Gauss’s law and its applications
4.6 Nabla- and Laplace-operators
4.7 Electric potential
4.8 Capacitance, dielectrics, and electrostatic energy
4.9 Electric current and superconductivity (ND)

– The theory of superconductivity in the light of the Universal Law

4.10 The magnetic field (ND)
4.11 The quantum Hall effect (ND)
4.12 Precursors of Maxwell’s equations – electromagnetism of matter
4.13 Maxwell’s equations are derivations of the Universal Law
4.14 The wave equation is the differential form of the universal equation


 5.1 Bohr model of energy quantization anticipates the inhomogeneity of space-time (ND)

5.2 Schrödinger wave equation of quantum mechanics is an application of the universal equation (ND)
5.3 Heisenberg uncertainty principle is an intuitive notion of the Universal Law
5.4 Selected solutions of quantum mechanics in the light of the Universal Law – How to calculate the mass of neutrinos?


6.1 Classical mechanics

6.2 The concept of relativity in electromagnetism
6.3 The space-time concept of the special and general theory of relativity
6.4 Rest mass is a synonym for the certain event, Relativistic mass is a synonym for Kolmogoroff’s probability set


7.1 Introduction

7.2 Hubble’s law is an application of the Universal Law for the visible universe
7.3 From Newton’s law to the visible universe (ND)
7.4 The cosmological outlook of traditional physics in the light of the Universal Law
7.5 The role of the CBR-constant in cosmology
7.6 Pitfalls in the conventional interpretation of redshifts
7.7 What do „Planck’s parameters of big bang“ really mean (ND)?
7.8 Adiabatic expansion of the universe
7.9 Derivation rule of absolute constants




In 1995, I discovered the Universal Law of nature (the Law); I showed that all physical laws and their applications can be derived from this one law within mathematical formalism, and explained it epistemologically. This has led to the development of a unified theory of physics and cosmology, which is an axiomatization (axiomatics) of physics and mathematics. Thus physics is applied mathematics. The major results of this theory are: all terms in physics can be axiomatically derived from the primary term – energy=space-time (primary axiom). Energy (spacetime) is closed, infinite, continuous, inhomogeneous (discrete), and constant; it is in a state of permanent energy exchange. The continuum (the set of all numbers) is equivalent to the primary term. The new axiomatics can be empirically verified. Thus the validity of mathematics as challenged by Gödel’s theorem can be proven in the real world (proof of existence). This eliminates the continuum hypothesis and the foundation crisis of mathematics. The Universal Law describes space-time in terms of mathematics. The universal equation is E=EA.f, where E is an energy exchange, EA is a specific constant amount (quantum) of exchanged energy, called „action potential“, and f=E/EA is called „absolute time“. It is a dimensionless quotient. The Universal Law is a „law of energy“. Energy (space-time) is the only real thing. All physical quantities such as mass, charge, force, and momentum are abstract subsets of space-time that are defined within mathematics (objects of thought). They are dimensionless numbers that belong to the continuum. Since they contain spacetime as an element (U-subsets), they can be derived in an axiomatic manner from the primary term. For instance, mass is a synonym for an energy (space-time) relationship and charge is a synonym for area, that is, the SI unit 1 coulomb is equivalent to 1m2. This leads to the unification of physics and cosmology on the basis of mathematical formalism. This new physical and mathematical axiomatics also integrates gravitation with the other forces. It will be outlined in the Mathematical Appendix that follows this propaedeutics.


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