By introducing an imaginary complex, a new mathematical constant, a particle, and a dimension in mathematics, the Unified Wave Theory HT unifies the 4 fundamental forces of nature which are: 1) gravity, 2) electromagnetism, 3) strong and weak nuclear forces (4), 4 forces that are present in the CERN standard model. HT, through a dimension in mathematics where real numbers can be considered as a projection of their values in two dimensions, allows us to visualize the universe as waves in motion on and within the fabric. HT highlights a new force derived from gravity in the standard model resulting from the quantification of reals and the projection of these reals into a two-dimensional mathematical space. By using the constant ❤ , HT introduces a dimension in mathematics where real numbers can be considered as a projection of their values in two dimensions. This projection makes it possible to visualize the waves, energies, and forces that make up the universe. HT also proposes a new interpretation of quantum physics that helps to better understand quantum phenomena such as uncertainty, superposition, entanglement, and non-locality.
The wave approach to quantum physics proposed by HT makes it possible to visualize these phenomena in terms of wave movements, fields, and forces. HT provides a powerful conceptual framework for explaining the operation of the universe at both the quantum and macroscopic scales. This unified theory makes it possible to link the different domains of physics, cosmology, and philosophy by offering a coherent vision of our world. It uses the principles of quantum mechanics and general relativity to explain how these forces work at both the subatomic and cosmological levels. The unification of these forces into a single, coherent theory could help explain phenomena such as the behavior of black holes, the origin of the universe, and the nature of dark matter and dark energy. HT is considered a promising theory in proposing a vision of the universe that encompasses relativity and quantum mechanics through a mathematical unification of motion by introducing a new mathematical complex and by projecting and quantifying reals in an extended mathematical dimension. From a continuous uniform motion to a quantified dynamic motion
:::: F= m*a + m*AkPi ("T1|T2||❤T3")
The universe is an island of space-time (Higgs field) in an ocean of probabilities (information field).