07 Nov '17 14:28>
Originally posted by @wildgrassYes, there is no doubt about that. It represents just the beginning of his scientific career. I wonder if he has anything left scientifically or if he is at the end of his creative life?
There's good stuff in there. As others mentioned, a Ph.D. dissertation isn't going to explain all the oddities of the universe all at once. It's a training exercise.
He does new math and runs new equations to explain how the known forces of the universe could be impacting change over time. It also sets the stage for his work on gravitational singularities via mathematical proofs that they can exist.