Honolulu, HI, March 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Mathematician & Statistician Stephen J. Puetz, a leading expert on physical cycles and their effect on mankind, presents a dynamic fresh theory in his newly released book, The Unified Cycle Theory, published by Outskirts Press. Puetz classifies major cycles documented by scientists in academic areas such as astrophysics, geology, climatology, and biology, with many of these cycles containing frequencies spanning from less than a month to hundreds, thousands, and even millions of years. Puetz effectively demonstrates how many of these shorter-term cycles closely parallel human behavioral patterns and that human behavior cycles relate to far-reaching aspects of history, economics, sociology, and psychology. Many of these are high impact events and involve the rise-and-fall of civilizations, political choices, fluctuating war activity, economic boom-bust cycles, commodity market swings, and even stock market trends.
Separating cycles by their chief physical origin, Puetz identifies four main types of cycles in The Unified Cycle Theory: geomagnetic, solar, gravitational, and another mysterious group of cycles. With great debate surrounding this last mysterious group, scientists have failed to reach a consensus and instead universally attribute each separate cycle to an array of various causes. These mysterious cycles include fluctuations in Earth’s crustal formation, start formation rates, global climate changes, periodic mass-extinctions, and additional phenomena involving astrophysics, geophysics, and biology. Puetz provides strong supportive evidence that these apparently different and mysterious cycles actually link together in a harmonic series that cannot possibly randomly occur, beyond reasonable doubt. Based on that link, The Unified Cycle Theory presents compelling conclusions, including:
· These cycles display frequency tendencies too large to originate from inside our own observable universe – providing the first credible evidence that our own observable universe is likely one of many universes that reside inside a much larger multiverse
· These cycles probably caused a “Big Crunch” in universal matter to reverse and create the “Big Bang”
· Cycles in mass-extinctions of species directly result from these cycles
· These cycles have directly impacted the rise-and-fall of major civilizations
· Stock market fluctuations closely correlate with these mysterious physical cycles.
Intended for readers interested in history, physics, geology, climatology, biology, economics, sociology or psychology, The Unified Cycle Theory offers tremendous scientific content, yet presents the information so that average professionals can easily read and understand the concepts – without scientific training. Puetz persuasively explains how physical cycles consistently produce effects observed in these seemingly different academic areas – thus unifying both the cycles and the sciences. The Unified Cycle Theory offers a greater understanding of both our Universe and Earth. Puetz’ new theory also outlines specific times to invest in stocks and commodities, as well as times to avoid the markets, which can be especially critical for business professionals.
Format: 7.4 x 9.7 Paperback
About the Author
Stephen J. Puetz earned degrees in Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science from Purdue University in 1973. He is the author of Total Collapse: The Financial Crash of the Millennium, published in 1997, and has worked as a computer programmer, data processing manager, commodity market trader and analyst, private financial market analyst and writer.
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