## Trans-Dimensional Unified Field Theory

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```GEORGE JAMES DUCAS
1974-2009
Trans-Dimensional
Unified Field Theory
Physics Theory
A Theory that advances the unification of Relativity with Quantum
Mechanics and String Theory
D A L L A S , T E X A S , U S A
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Trans-Dimensional Unified Field Theory
Please review the following theory. It explains the matrix and periodic table of a multidimensional
universe.
Introduction
Our universe is a multidimensional universe where processes and procedures involving natural
physics relate and exist simultaneously in multiple dimensions. Natural occurrences are
multidimensional. Historically we identify our existence within three dimensions or vectors of
space. However, the matrix of space needs to be redefined as a periodic table of "components" or
"vectors" which build up space-time and relate all physics within the relationship of space
"component vectors" and "component matrixes". For simplification these components will be
called "components or vectors", not to be understood as our modern use of the term energy. The
basic building blocks of space "vectors" are velocity (V), time (T), and dimension (D), which
will also be defined later as superstrings. Each represents a separate vector or component, the
basic of these components is D or dimension, and from this all the relationships of physics are
established by its combination with velocity and time, and multiplications of said components.
This theory proposes to unite all of physics within a unified field of mathematical relationships,
building on the components of velocity, time, and dimension. When these components are
combined in various dimensional states, they form the more complex systems of natural
occurring phenomena of physics. Hence, the Universe is defined by Trans Dimensional Unified
Field Theory, where components can be explained in terms of mathematical relationships to the
same or other components, and its action and existence acts simultaneously in different
dimensional planes.
The composition of the natural order of this universe is founded upon on basic vectors VT or
components that are repeatedly added or better "multiplied" in each dimension D^N and
properties altered by such combinations. A single alteration or multiplication of VT to a higher
dimension is a minute step that increases the degree of complexity of the properties of that
combination or dimension. This will be explained and expressed below by a periodic table of
composition. Evolution in complexity of components and dimensions is the nature of
the dynamic universe, and also in the basic structure of space. The philosophy of composition```