The Threshold of

 Contemporary Physics

Welcomes You

To A Wonderful New World

Of the Natural Sciences

    “The Threshold of

Contemporary Physics”

      By Samuel Vera

          Samuel Vera

About Samuel Vera:

           Born on January 26, 1957 New York City, NY. The First of five children from struggling Puerto Rican parents. He graduated from Christopher Columbus High School in 1976 and developed a serious interest in Astronomy and Mathematics.


        In 1977 the death of his father prevented him from pursuing his early studies of the natural sciences. Working full time at Johnny’s Reef Restaurant for the benefit of his family, he eventually was able to graduate with a Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics with a minor in Secondary Education.


        While Attending many college classes at night, he personally developed several unique concepts in Mathematics and made its application understood in the field of General Physics and Astronomy. The result is an important documented Journal entitled “The Threshold of Contemporary Physics”.

A Public Presentation:


           Its been about 38 years ago today that I, myself have established unique and important concepts in the field of Mathematics. Realizing this accomplishment, I later made it clear and known to me its various applications on the natural sciences.


By the natural sciences, I mean specific areas involving the fundamental concepts of  Physics and Astronomy. It is here where my application of Mathematics is greatly understood. I understand its meaning and therefore its importance. Its significance is everywhere in the natural sciences.


Throughout a lengthy period of time, I am absolutely convinced that the established works of my research papers are completely correct. Its truths are beyond all measures of doubts and uncertainties. Its validity is without a question. I can only be so confident that the Mathematics and its application will justify my faith and belief in them now and in the future.


For the moment, I have tried on several occasions to make it openly known to its prominent leaders, teachers and professors alike. These several occasions and their attempts are of without success. All my results of such attempts have been in vain.  The necessary attentions of these unique research papers have been greatly overlooked and discarded. Sadly enough, these research papers have been forgotten altogether.


After an absence of about 10 years, I have decided to revive these neglected research papers and bring it about in full view of the world. This would be done by means of the current computer today and its ever changing programs. It provides an excellent means of communication. Through the internet, someone somewhere will read and understand the meaning of my work. It is only a matter of time that its truth will be known to all.


For this reason, I have established a new website. (The old one wasn’t successful!) This new website will include a limited profile and background of myself which is not important to me. What is important are 4 chapters taken from my journal which I have established a long time ago.These 4 chapters will have the original dates and titles indicating the description of each of the research papers. The details on the 4 chapters can be understood in a meaningful manner. Its conclusion from it can be derived and judged by the general reader.


Also included in this website are various colorful pages of appendixes, diagrams and definitions. All of which again are taken from my Journal. However, the appendixes requires an extensive time of understanding to the nature of its Mathematics and therefore, renders the subject matter meaningless to the general reader


        My new website will be opened to everybody in the world.  If anyone out there is seriously interested in the natural sciences, I can be reached or contacted without any difficulty. This is in reference to the nature of my Journal. It is entitled, “The Threshold of Contemporary Physics” and this represents my personal achievement in Mathematics and its application to the fundamental concepts in Physics and Astronomy.





January 21, 2015