# The Mathematical Laws of Natural Science

Mathematical Laws of Nature

Since childhood, Keith Dixon-Roche has suffered from a lack of scientific understanding. He simply didn't believe anything he was taught in his various educational establishments. He couldn't understand why his tutors could not answer any of his probing questions. He was expected to believe what he was told without question. Surely, he thought, this is no different to the dogma imposed by the religious establishments that science was supposed to replace.
His biggest problem has always been; why is it still necessary for scientists to rely on experimentation, just as it was at the start of the industrial revolution?

Why can't all science be explained using mathematics as Isaac Newton and his pre-twentieth century contemporaries had done?
Could it be that today's scientist don't understand their subject?
Is this why we are still trying to generate energy from fusion, why we can only release neutron energy from radioactive matter, why we built the Hadron Collider to look for particles that don't exist, why so much time and money is spent looking for; event horizons, dark matter, anti-matter, black-holes, the deformation of space-time-gravity, etc., none of which make any sense in the real world?

Given his enquiring mind, Keith found this hard to accept. After a working life in engineering, he decided to take a look at science from an engineer's point of view; using mathematics with accuracy and verification.
By coincidence, when he found he had the time to attend to this, his daughter gave him a book on Isaac Newton's laws of motion, written by an eminent professor. Keith decided to try and create an orbital calculator using the information in it, but found it fundamentally flawed. After reading it a number of times he concluded that the author did not appear to understand them.

So, Keith took Newton's laws of motion to pieces, filled in the gaps, verified it and put it back together, at the end of which, he managed to;

1. define Newton's gravitational constant,
2. identify the theory of planetary spin and the source of stellar and planetary heat,
3. simplify Newton's and Kepler's constants of motion and proportionality,
4. solve centrifugal force in elliptical orbits,
5. solve orbital station-keeping,
6. determine the size and age of our universe along with the origins of the 'Big-Bang',
7. define the length of a universal period,
8. discover that life did not begin on earth,
9. define the atom,
10. define the states of matter,
etc., etc., etc. ...
This - his definitive work on the subject - explains exactly how the universe - and everything in it - actually works. It is based upon a single unifying theory that was known and established by pre-twentieth century physicists.
It at last gives us the ability to predict every aspect of natural science, from the atom to the 'Big-Bang', mathematically.

## The Book

Below is displayed the list of chapters and the introduction to the book.

Today's authorities have expressed everything from apathy to outright hostility to Keith's work, but nobody has yet been able to disprove a single aspect of it.
Does anybody out there know or even care that we can get free clean safe eternal energy from rock, soil or nuclear waste, or indeed any matter?

So, when an academic tells you that this is 'old-fashioned', just ask them;
"why is it that this 'old-fashioned' work can predict every aspect of the universe - and everything in it - mathematically, yet your modern theories cannot explain even one?
and why is it that nobody has been able to disprove it?"

It appears to us here at CalQlata, that the reason Keith's 'old-fashioned' work is being shunned is;
a) because the pre-twentieth century physicists knew what they were doing, and;
b) it is not in the financial interests of our leaders to actually solve the world's problems.

Some scientists may realise that they have got it wrong, but they are afraid to stand up and say so.
All we (here at CalQlata) hope is that it doesn't take another 2000 years to get science back to where it should have been a hundred years ago.

## Availability

This paperback book has been published through Amazon Books and can be acquired from their website. The following Table provides direct links to the relevant Amazon webpage for each version of the book.