Books in Series

Book 1 – The Illusion of Dark Matter

The Illusion of Dark Matter

Author:  Victor A Meyer
Last Version:  3/28/2018
# of Words:  40,043
Writing Status:    Third Draft – Complete
Publication Status:    Unpublished

The first book in The Romeo Effect series of books introduces the concept of the Romeo Effect. It then challenges two assumptions made by Albert Einstein in his Theory of Relativity. Based on two new assumptions, the book shows how we have the wrong concept for the Doppler Effect for Light. The Doppler Effect is not responsible for redshift and cannot be used to measure the velocity of distant stars. As a result, Dark Matter is nothing more than an illusion caused by an incorrect understanding of the universe.

Book 2 – The Constant c

Author:  Victor A Meyer
Last Version:  Unwritten
# of Words:  Unknown
Writing Status:    Planning Stages
Publication Status:    Unpublished

This second book in The Romeo Effect series corrects our understanding of the constant c. In the Theory of Relativity, c stands for the speed of light in the vacuum of space. Under the Theory of Time, c represents the speed our universe moving in the Spatial-Time dimension – a fourth spatial dimension in the Multiverse. The mass-energy equivalence equation E=mc2 is an acceleration formula where matter was accelerated to speed c at the time our universe was created.

Book 3 – The Myth of Time Dilation

Author:  Victor A Meyer
Last Version:  Unwritten
# of Words:  Unknown
Writing Status:    Future
Publication Status:    Unpublished

The third book in The Romeo Effect series dispels the myth that our universe experiences time dilation. Time dilation is the result of a constant speed of light in a three-dimensional universe. Clocks emulate these conditions with an oscillator tuned to a set rate of vibration. Hence moving clocks will run slower. This concept, however, does not translate to our universe because it has four spatial dimensions and a non-constant speed of light.

Book 4 – What Is Gravity?

Author:  Victor A Meyer
Last Version:  Unwritten
# of Words:  Unknown
Writing Status:    Future
Publication Status:    Unpublished

The fourth book in The Romeo Effect series deals with the subject of gravity. Particle physics views gravity as a graviton particle being exchanged between object of mass over astronomical distances. The Theory of General Relativity views gravity as the bending of spacetime. However, this concept depends on gravitational time dilation. This book proposes that objects of mass are pushed together due to the flow of vacuum energy in four spatial dimensions as illustrated in the Casimir Effect.

Book 5 – The Multiverse and Creation

Author:  Victor A Meyer
Last Version:  Unwritten
# of Words:  Unknown
Writing Status:    Future
Publication Status:    Unpublished

Current theory states that one universe was created because of the Big Bang Theory. In this fifth book in The Romeo Effect series, an alternative concept is presented where universes are born in pairs from the remnants of earlier universes. The universe pairs are made up of a matter and an antimatter universe. Ever larger universes are created because of the death of earlier and smaller universes. In the beginning, a single pair of universes were created because of a turbulence in the vacuum energy of empty space.