This e-book uses full multi-media potential of the Web by blending traditional book formats with hyperlinks of Web source materials in text, sound and video formats. The book subject is a sketch of the architecture of reality as it is emerging from many scientific disciplines. This book hopefully answers the kind of questions asked by Prof. Michio Kaku.
This multi-media book objective is to communicate the wonderful discoveries and innovations presently occurring in a number of scientific disciplines. Furthermore, to do so, in a fashion that is understandable to high school graduates.
This preamble note introduces some general notions used throughout the book.
The first chapter focuses on the DNA of the Universe. It is better skipped on a first reading since it is, probably, the most difficult topic in the book.
The second chapter focuses on the universe creation.
The third chapter focuses on chemistry.
The fourth chapter focuses on Computer Science
The fifth chapter focuses on biology.
The sixth chapter focuses on human evolution & psychology.
The seventh chapter focuses on politics & its interaction with high-tech.
Next is a note on the scientific and political aspect of global warming.
A final chapter discusses a potential future.
An effort has been made to present all these topics in a manner that does not contradict established Science.
This e-book requires the use of modern browsers. In particular, it has been extensively tested with the Chrome browser. It should display properly when viewed with it. The use of ' & " has been avoided because of incompatible handling of these characters in the Google, Microsoft & Apple software.
The two pictures displayed on this page represent reality both on the very large scale with a picture of an entire Galaxy, and the extremely small scale with a computer generated picture of a six dimensional sphere (Calabi-Yau manifold) which some modern physics theories use to compute the properties of elemental particles and forces.