Book Review: Binary Physics by Josef Zilberberg

Title: Binary Physics

Author: Josef Zilberberg

Genre: Nonfiction, Science

Age Group: Adult

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

One Particle. One Force. One Theory.

Binary Physics – The Theory Of Everything.

A must-read book for every physics lover!

In his new book, the Israeli physics researcher, Josef Zilberberg, describes a groundbreaking theory that translates all physical concepts into binary language using the insight of “Time Resolution”.

Time resolution claims that the human brain ‘shrinks’ on the time axis, different cyclical patterns of a single elementary particle, and imagines it as different particles in space. The limited human brain is able to see the timeline only at low resolution. This is why it “compresses” a tremendous amount of “time units” that contain different patterns of the single elementary particle and imagines them as one time unit – “the present.” The different patterns are interpreted by the human brain at low resolution as different particles with different properties – mass, energy, electric charge, spin…

To make it easier for understanding, “Time resolution” means that our brain works on the time axis in the same manner that he interprets the T.V. pixels at law resolution as one essence.

Time resolution is the bridge between the jungle of “particles” of known physics and the single particle of Binary Physics

Every different pattern of the elementary particle in the time axis, represents a “DNA” of a new particle – photon, electron, anti-electron, proton, anti-proton, neutron…As was the case when deciphering the human genome, in the future, the foundations of this theory will be used as a tool for understanding the algorithms that define the materials (their “DNA”). Thus we will easily be able to “program” new materials, and manipulate the properties of the existing materials.

So, I’m not all that into physics. I mean, it’s fascinating, but it’s often difficult for me to wrap my brain around. I took science classes back in high school but that’s already been a few years, so to say Binary Physics was a challenge for me was an understatement. In this book, physics researcher Josef Zilberberg describes a groundbreaking theory translating all physical concepts into binary language, using the insight of “Time Resolution”.

This claims that the human brain shrinks on the time axis, and can only see the timeline at low resolution, so it compresses a tremendous amount of time units and imagines them as one time unit – the present. I understood that, but to understand all the tiny components of this theory was a little above my head.

I was glad I could grasp the key concepts, and found them quite intriguing. The other information is explained rather well, but you need a physics-fosued mind, and a more mathematical brain than mine, to understand all of it, I suppose. A fascinating concept.

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