In 1904, H. Poincaré hypothesized that “any n-dimensional finite “surface” that has no boundaries and on which any loop can turn into a point can be permanently deformed into a n-dimensional sphere”16. In other words, the scientist’s hypothesis states that any geometric object, if there is no hole in it, can be deformed into a ball. As you know, this has become applicable not only to a two-dimensional surface in three-dimensional space, but also to a three-dimensional surface in four-dimensional space. Finding and describing the general basis of the material world’s existence and its interrelations can be an outstanding success in the development of science. Therefore, the hypothesis expressed by the famous French mathematician was a bold guess about the connectedness, as well as the form of our Universe existence. There is an opinion that the hypothesis was proved mathematically by our contemporary G. Perelman. The author of the presented article considers it a misconception that the solution of one of the millennium tasks can be achieved in the context of the existing paradigm of discreteness by simply “dividing” objects with the help of a “surgical operation” artificially cutting off one space from another. The critical factor of elementary complexity in solving any problem is the results of visualization, confirmed by experiment. Finding three-dimensional manifolds in a three-dimensional or four-dimensional sphere, as experiments show, is an illusion. The proof of the millennium problem was tested within the rules of mathematical thinking. Thus, H. Poincaré’s hypothesis remains a mathematical assumption within the existing paradigm, requiring a change in the logic of thought and thus experiment.
Today we talk about H. Poincaré’s Hypothesis’ Solution through Overcoming the Illusion of the Three-Dimensional Manifold’s Existence and a Three-Dimensional Sphere, a book by Dr Vladimir A. Helber published with our publishing house Europe Books.
Europe Books had the pleasure of interviewing the author Dr Vladimir A. Helber to get to know him better, if there was a particular moment in his life that brought him to the writing of his book H. Poincaré’s Hypothesis’ Solution through Overcoming the Illusion of the Three-Dimensional Manifold’s Existence and a Three-Dimensional Sphere, as well as the first book he read and what it taught him.
Below you can find our interview. Take a seat and enjoy your reading!!!
- Is there a particular moment in your life that led you to the writing of your book? What was it?
The return to Germany; the meeting with an amazing man, Euegen Brückov, who became a friend and taught not to be afraid to say stupid things; the appearance of a woman who made believe in God, in family, in himself.
- What would you like to hear from your readers?
To hear the words of faith that man is able to create with a single thought power to create the whole manifoldness of the world around us out of “nothing”.
- Is there a book you are particularly attached to and that has taught you something?
That a mother is an open book with inexhaustible wisdom that gives life and is an example of the pursuit of knowledge.
- How did you choose the title of your book?
Unbearably simple! As a meaningful invitation to change the paradigm of discretion that has erected a wall in front of the challenges of the millennium. Therefore: a topology of zero-dimensional spaces.
- Are you working on a new writing project you can tell us about?
Yes, a naturally occurring project – the zero-element project of the periodic table of the chemical elements – ether/newtonium, that saves our universe from decay and annihilation.
Europe Books thanks the author Dr Vladimir A. Helber once again for taking the time and answering our questions. We are really pleased to have walked alongside him on the editorial path that led to the publication of his book H. Poincaré’s Hypothesis’ Solution through Overcoming the Illusion of the Three-Dimensional Manifold’s Existence and a Three-Dimensional Sphere. We wish him the best of luck for his book and for his future works.
To you, my dear reader, may this book capture and amuse your reading time. I wish it will also allow you to have new insights and food for thoughts that you could learn for the first time and reflect upon.
So, my dear reader, all I have to say is to enjoy your reading!