The Math of Body, Soul, and the Universe
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The great German mathematician David Hilbert’s creation, de facto, was—no, is—a theory of everything or world formula, even though he himself had little chance of fully realizing this. Even in physics, where we can now show that Hilbert’s fundamental equation covers both great theories, the general theory of relativity and the quantum theory, the time was not ripe for such a discovery, simply because the mathematical apparatus of the quantum theory was not fully developed then. While Hilbert brought out his great work in 1915 and knew about the Einstein field equations at the time, the basic quantum equations such as the Schrödinger, Klein–Gordon, and Dirac equations would not follow before the second half of the 1920s.
In order to find the mathematical and physical fundament for the description of the body, the soul, and the whole universe, which is to say a "theory of everything," we think that we require "quantum gravity." That such a theory—in principal—already exists and was derived by Hilbert was elaborated in the author’s previous work, The World Formula: A Late Recognition of David Hilbert’s Stroke of Genius. This book digs deeper and shows not only that quantum gravity is more than just a physical theory—describing physical aspects—but also that, in fact, it covers "it all."
The only thing Norbert Schwarzer considers important enough to be known about him is that he does not consider himself important. Dr. Schwarzer has published a variety of papers, mainly in the fields of basic research and application of contact mechanical approaches for laminates, composites, and layered materials. Because of the need for better stability prediction and socioeconomic models, he started to apply concepts from theoretical physics in more down-to-earth fields such as materials science, school transport, and sales market analysis. Some of this work has finally led to ideas for the improvement of the original theoretical concepts.