Visionary scientist Irving Dardik explains, for the first time, his discovery of the phenomenon called SuperWaves, and its profound applications in fields from medicine to cold fusion.
Generations of researchers have failed to answer our most basic questions about nature-What is everything made of? How do things change; how do they work? In The Nature of Nature, Irving Dardik tackles these questions by introducing his discovery of SuperWaves, a phenomenon whose design generates what we experience as matter, space, time, motion, energy, and order and chaos.
Simply put, the SuperWaves principle states that the fundamental stuff of nature is waves-waves waving within waves, to be exact. In his work, Dardik shows that everything from quantum particles to entire galaxies is waving in the unique pattern he calls SuperWaves.
From studies on the effects of SuperWaves-based cyclic exercise-recovery techniques on Parkinson's disease and HIV/AIDS to organic farming and clean energy, Dardik's work is revolutionary. Over the years, it has been covered by the Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, New York magazine, and other publications.
The discovery of SuperWaves can be grasped by every reader, whether scientist or layperson. Touching on everything from gravity and thermodynamics to the origins of disease, it shows that our health and the health of the environment depend upon our understanding SuperWaves. The Nature of Nature is an absorbing account that combines Dardik's contrarian look at the history of science with philosophical discussion, his groundbreaking research, and hope for the future.
Irving Dardik is a former vascular surgeon at Montefiore Medical Center for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, founding chairman of the U.S. Olympic Sports Medicine Council, scientific iconoclast and pioneer, and the creator of the SuperWave Principle. He was featured in Making Waves, published in 2005 by Rodale.