Frederic Lassiaille View count: 175 
Professor of mathematics Topics: Gravity, Relativity, Unified_Theory Interests: Gravity, Dark Matter, Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Particles, Unification Nationality: French
Biography Frederic Lassiaille is professor of mathematics at PolytechSophia, an engineer school located in SophiaAntipolis, France. He is the author of the three elements theory. The first ideas about this theory occurs in 1987. The first version of this theory was published over the internet in 1999. Today this theory explains the dark matter mystery with theoretical curves which are close to the measured ones. This dark matter explanation may be understood without reading the three element theory document. The lecture of this article is enough: A solution for the dark matter mystery based on an Euclidean version of relativity. But the theoretical background behind this is the three element theory. This theory is a unifying theory. It is completely compatible with each of the biggest actual theories: relativity, quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, standard model, and description of particles. It gives explanations to physics mysteries, like, for example: the neutrino, the EPR paradox, the gravitational waves, and, of course, the dark matter mystery. 
Books by Frederic Lassiaille
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Dark matter mystery explained by euclidean version of relativity by Frederic Lassiaille KeyWords: dark matter, gravity, relativity, Newton, Pages: 31 Publisher: CreateSpace Year: 2010 ISBN: 1450524435 Websites: www.amazon.com Download and read it now Buy it now Description The study of this article suggests an explanation for the "dark matter mystery". This explanation is based on a modification of Newton's law. This modification is conducted from an Euclidean vision of relativity. Concerning the mystery of the velocity of the stars inside a galaxy, the study calculates a theoretical curve which is different from the one coming from Newton's law. This theoretical curve is very close to the measured one. Concerning the mystery of the velocity of a galaxy inside its group, the explanation is more direct. For this mystery, the study calculates a greater value for G, the gravitational constant. 
Papers by Frederic Lassiaille
(2009) Frederic Lassiaille lumimi2003@hotmail.com, lumi.chezalice.fr/anglais/mystmas2.htm (36 pages) Keywords: gravity, relativity, Newton, matter Lookup: relativity (390), gravity (124), matter (67), newton (32)
(2009) Frederic Lassiaille lumimi2003@hotmail.com, lumi.chezalice.fr/anglais/mystmas2.htm (2 pages) Keywords: gravity, relativity, space, time, particles Lookup: relativity (390), gravity (124), space (104), time (100), particle physics (3), physics (44), particle (38)
(2010) Frederic Lassiaille lumimi2003@hotmail.com, lumi.chezalice.fr/anglais/mystmas2.htm (59 pages) Keywords: dark matter Newton gravity mass light Lookup: gravity (124), matter (67), dark (21), newton (32), light (157), mass (94)
(2010) Frederic Lassiaille lumimi2003@hotmail.com, lumi.chezalice.fr/anglais/mystmas2.htm (Absentia) Proceedings of the NPA, Volume 7, pp. 269274 2010, 17th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Long Beach, CA, United States 2010, A Solution for the Dark Matter Mystery Based on Euclidean Relativity, United States
(2010) Frederic Lassiaille lumimi2003@hotmail.com, lumi.chezalice.fr/anglais/mystmas2.htm (20 pages) 2010, The Three Elements Theory, United States Keywords: gravity, unifying theory Lookup: gravity (124), theory (173)
(2011) Frederic Lassiaille lumimi2003@hotmail.com, lumi.chezalice.fr/anglais/mystmas2.htm (135 pages)
(2011) Frederic Lassiaille lumimi2003@hotmail.com, lumi.chezalice.fr/anglais/mystmas2.htm (Absentia) Proceedings of the NPA, Volume 8, pp. 341345 2011, 18th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
