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This book is about the true science of light. Many physicists from the beginning of the time have failed to obtain a clear understanding of the true nature of light, as it relates to different events, either occurring naturally or created by human efforts. They have portrayed a sense that light behaves as waves in certain events, and occasionally it behaves as a particle. This ambiguous description of light had intrigued pioneer physicists, such as Albert Einstein, to formulate the complex concepts of the theory of relativity and the theory of gravitation. Subsequently, in modern times, renowned physicists, such as Richard Feynman, Roger Penrose, John Wheeler, Charles Misner, Stephen Hawking and Kip Thorne, extended their principles to explain the mysteries surrounding the distant celestial vast objects, like black holes. In their discussion, they, as well as physicist Stephen Hawking, have erroneously stated that black holes have super gravitational fields. From our point of view, the light behavior is simple and straight forward in the sense that the rules of Newtonian classical mechanics may be applied without incorporating any special considerations for light. From our perspective, black holes absorb light similar to a perfect black body. Further, the behavior of light can be very accurately characterized as a wave, regardless of the type of event. Very close examination of all the experiments performed, to prove that light is a particle in those events, could very well be understood if it is also modeled as a wave. One of the greatest purposes of this research is that the principles laid out in this book provide a rather simplistic point of view for several phenomena of complex nature. Examples of the phenomenon of the bending of light, caused by the refraction of light as it passes through a medium, and the time dilation effect experienced by very high speed of moving objects. Our point of view extends the ideas suggested by Portuguese physicist, João Magueijo, a research fellow in theoretical physics from Cambridge University. In this book, we have taken one step further, proving that his ideas of the Varying Speed of Light (VSL) are correct. When our concepts are verified, you will be convinced that you have gained a clear understanding, as well as an explanation of the events related to light, by applying the basic principles of atomic physics, as described in the book. Here, we have achieved a remarkable degree of success by taking the advantage of modern techniques and break-through advances, made by the particle physicists. Physicists formulated the standard model and the quark extension to the standard model, for a description of all of the elements on the periodic table; those are found in nature and artificially made. We have provided satisfactory answers to many questions about the creation of the solar system and the universe that were not answered by previous creation theories such as the big-bang. The high lights of our theory of relativity, postulated by Mr. Kadakia, were named the Skylativity theory which simplifies many computations related to the sky and the universe, yet presents the results with higher accuracy. It leads to the formulation of the Universal Unified Field Theory (UUFT) and provides time and space invariant scales for the length, time, and mass measures for every frame of reference. You will discover that Einstein took a big gamble when he formulated his theory of relativity by making unrealistic assumptions. When he stated that time measured in different inertial systems by identical clocks, would differ, he ignored the fact that the identical clocks would cease to remain identical in design, when they were stationed in each of the inertial systems. Further, he assumed that the speed of light is a constant as in James Maxwell's field equations. More recent advances in technology have verified that the speed of light has varied since the beginning of time and it varies according to a frame of reference like an ordinary particle obeying the laws of Newton's mechanics. Our sense of accomplishment and quest will be complete when physicists and astronomers redirect their resources to promote the ideas in this book and build a solid foundation for future space expeditions.

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