ALBERT N. SIBER
This book describes the postulates (principles) of Energy Theory, which state de following. The Universe, in all of its parts ranging from the minimal to the maximal, is constantly pulsating, compressing energy in some parts and accordingly rarefying it in others. The Universe is to be considered in terms of three independent constituents (general coordinates): Energy, Space, and Time. The essence (main feature) of the Universe is the motion of Energy and Energy fields in Space-Time, nonexistent separately from each other. In the abdivided into Material and Spiritual energies. Relative motion of material energy bunches is accessible to the human sensory system (possibly enhanced by special-purpose instruments), but relative motion of spiritual energy bunches is inaccessible to the human senses. Some of the convetional physical theories ar reconsidered in the light of the porposed postulates (principles ) in the Addendum. The book is intended for both physicists and the general reader interested in the subject.