by Dr. Leif Rongved In The Pervasive and Expanding Universe, Dr. Leif Rongved presents evidence in support of the thesis that matter, fields, and propogations in the universe are fluid motions superimposed on an expanding monatomic adiabatic ideal background fluid, whose fluid elements recede in accord with the Hubble law of the recessional motions of the galaxiesof the universe. The Hubble age of the universe and Eulers non-linear equations reveal how the superimposed fluid motions change with time due to their non-linear interactions with the expansion of the background fluid, called expansion effects. The evidences in support of the thesis are that the expansion effects evidence themselves throughout the universe and resolve outstanding questions and paradoxes that have puzzled scientists for centuries. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dr. Leif Rongved received his doctor ate of philosophy, faculty of pure science, from New Yorks Columbia University in 1954. He was an assistant professor at Penn State University from 1954- to 1956; was a member of the Industrial & Professional Advisory Council at Penn State University from 1962 to 1972; and a member of the technical staff at AT&T Bell Telephone Laboratories form 1965 to 1985, where he earned the Distinguished Technical Staff Award in 1984. Dr. Rongved has published extensively in the fields of mathematical theory of elasticity, fluid mechanics, and mathematical physics. (2004, paperback, 76 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.