In 2002 Mark McCutcheon published the first edition of his book The Final Theory at Universal Publishers. It was an instant success on the Amazon website, however it also created some controversy. It presented to the world a new Theory of Everything that worked out of the box, to replace Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation, Einstein's Theories of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. The theory is based on the one principle that matter simply expands constantly as an acceleration, reducing the distance between everything, explaining gravity. We stay on the ground because Earth is expanding underneath our feet.
All particles, like protons and neutrons, are now composed solely of electrons expanding against each other within the atom, preventing them from flying apart, elucidating the strong nuclear force. A neutron is an unstable particle by nature that decays into a more stable proton, releasing an electron in the process, to justify the weak interaction.
There are no more charges or charged particles in electromagnetism, just like there is no more force acting at a distance in gravity, and yet the entire energy spectrum can be explained through the simple expansion and movement of the electrons. They move from where there is a surplus of electrons toward where there is a depletion, in a search for balance. The electrons are bouncing off between the expanding nuclei of atoms, justifying chemical bonds. Orbits are described by an ingenious new natural orbit effect through the simple geometry of expansion.
This is all four main forces of nature explained, while they are no longer forces per se, now that we understand their true nature. We could never have found a Unified Field Theory within Standard Theory, as there was nothing to unify in these four arbitrarily identified forces of nature.
I have written a few articles published on OpEdNews that describe in more detail this new Theory of Everything; the links are in the first comment below. I have also written the only summary of the theory you will find online; it includes all my articles: Summary of Atomic Expansion Theory and Articles
Recently I also answered several questions concerning the theory on OpEdNews, in the comments of this Quicklink: NASA's Fermi Mission Expands its Search for Dark Matter
Mark McCutcheon is Canadian and has a combined Electrical Engineer / Physics degree. He has successfully re-written our entire physics, and yet it has gone largely ignored after the initial interest. This is the first in-depth interview with him, to catch up with what he thinks of his Theory of Everything now, and what he feels about the state of our physics today.
Q1. Roland Michel Tremblay: Could you describe to us, in your own words, Atomic Expansion Theory? How is it different than any other individual out there claiming to have found a Theory of Everything, and how does it differ from the other Theories of Everything being pursued by theoretical physicists today?
Mark McCutcheon: Expansion Theory, which encompasses both expanding subatomic and atomic matter, arose from my increasing awareness of many holes in accepted Standard Theory as I progressed through my scientific education, continuing even through university. Many of the problems were so fundamental that I saw no clear resolution, either personally or in the understanding of other scientists who went through this same system. In retrospect, it required an entirely new perspective on the fundamental physical sciences to truly address these key issues, and hence an entirely new Theory of Everything.
Of course any viable theory must be validated by real-world observations and experiments, which was my guide and entire purpose in pursuing this issue - to not only equally explain everything in current science, but further explain that which current science did not. I was not driven by nor interested in a personal 'pet theory', but truly comprehensive and objectively verifiable answers founded in solid logic and scientific principles.
Q2. RMT: What was your eureka moment? When did you think for the first time that if matter was simply expanding, an entire new physics could emerge? How did you feel at the time, and what were your circumstances then?
MM: It was a few years after university, following one of the many TV documentaries I had seen about Einstein's warped 4-dimensional space-time theory of gravity. It struck me just how fanciful and problematic this theory had grown from Einstein's original intention to revise Newton's theory of gravity, which he clearly felt was in need of a major rethink.
So rather than accepting being confined within the framework of one or the other, or both of these problematic theories of gravity, I pondered how I would explain my experience of gravity, simply and clearly, to beings who somehow had never experienced it.
First and foremost, I experienced an effective push from the planet below, which I had to continually combat to remain standing upright. The fact that Newton modeled this experience as an attracting force was secondary at this point, and, again, a problematic one at that (where was the power source? specifically why did it attract - why not repel? how could it never drain as it orchestrated the dynamics of our world and universe?).