The Great Design Series

Integration of the Cosmic, Atomic, & Darmic (Dark Matter) Systems

Throughout human history, something deep inside of mankind has yearned for satisfying and accurate answers to two questions: how did the physical universe come to be – and why? The seven-volume Great Design Series, examines the physical systems governing our universe and comes to a startling conclusion – that the principles and laws at the atomic level of the universe directly govern our universe’s atomic and darmic (dark matter) levels of matter. What does this mean for our understanding of Newtonian physics? Pi? Or, even Einstein’s theory of relativity? Learn how using & integrating various classic and quantum physics equations unlocks previously unknown equations and constants. See clear, easy-to-understand illustrations. And, conduct simple experiments to prove these discoveries for yourself. All free – starting with Volume 1: Geometric Pi.


The Cosmic, Atomic, & Darmic Big 6

Learn the amazing proportionality alignment between the three universal systems across the following 6 areas:


The average, max, and min velocities - ranging from thousands of m/s to the mind-boggling quintillion m/s.

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The orbital periods, energies and eccentricity of the cosmic, atomic, and darmic bodies.

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Gravitational Constants

The different gravitational constants in each system: universal, quantum/atomic, and darmic.

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Standard Gravitation

The standard gravitational parameters across all three systems.

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Potential Energy

The gravitational potential energy of the three systems.

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The gravitational, centrifugal, electrical, and magnetic forces of the three systems.

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Pi is Only the Beginning

Did you know there are 6 more volumes? Discover gravity's origins and more as each volume of the Great Design Series is released
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Geometric Pi

3,800 years ago, pi’s value was identified as different than the Archimedean value used today. Why? Plus, why is a negative number times a negative number a positive? Finally –  get the real  answer and more!

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Quantum / Atomic Gravity​

E=mc2. But, what if light isn’t the universe’s speed limit – and what if it could be proven? See how Einstein’s theory of relativity has hamstrung universal physics in The Great Design Vol. 2 now.

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The Great Design Vol. 3​

Integration of the Newtonian Gravitational Constant & The Quantum Gravitational Constant​​

From Bohr’s error to quantum gravity.

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About the author

Who wrote it, what's it about, and why is it free?

The Great Design Series examines the physical world around us, its amazing architecture, and order. The author recognized the need for accuracy and the discipline required to mathematically demonstrate that the Cosmic, Atomic, and Darmic systems follow the same laws and principles. Commencing in 2010, the process of bringing this series to fruition has been challenging, exciting, and rewarding in allowing the author to see many misconceptions cleared up, as well as, gain a new understanding of long held traditions. The author feels strongly that everyone, whether a student in New York, New York USA or in Woliso, Ethiopia, must be able to download the books or portions of the books that are of interest to them. Everyone should have free access to this information. Therefore, the author has applied the principles of ‘receive free, give free’ and “there is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving”. Hence, all seven volumes of the books will be available for free download, starting with Volume 1.0: Geometric Pi.

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