HOBOKEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After publishing his bold scientific theories in an exploratory fiction novel KLYSTAR, Dr. Leong Ying is now releasing a poetic memoir about his growing curiosity of the world around him and his atheist (he goes as far as stating he was once a God-bigot) beliefs in science that eventually led him to discovering the Twin Universe theory to prove God’s existence.
From Newton, Einstein, to GOD, releasing January 13, 2015, is Dr. Ying’s family memoir written uniquely in rhyming poetic verses following his history in six chronological parts from his birth in 1961 up to 2012. The book will have readers laughing at his antics when childhood pranks were his specialty in his birthplace of Singapore, and feeling compassion toward his challenges as the only non-white student in Liverpool (UK) where his family emigrated and his struggles with dyslexia and the language-barriers but excelling in numbers and evolving into his groundbreaking scientific research.
As a lapsed spiritual child with prophetic gifts who became an atheist scientist, it was his time living in C.S. Lewis’ attic (where the magical wardrobe was kept) that he would follow a similar path of discovery to prove scientifically that God exists. He ultimately received his graduate degree in nuclear physics and crossed the sea to pursue an American dream, even landing a role of a Federation engineer on board the spaceship in Star Trek: First Contact.
But it is his writing and scientific research that takes center stage in Dr. Ying’s life, mostly focusing on his exploration of the Twin Universe theory, which combines science and religion to prove the existence of God and answer many of the formerly unknown answers about the world such as Dark Matter and Dark Energy in provable manner. This is in stark contrast to Stephen Hawking’s verdict that God does not exist, which Dr. Ying explains has never been experimentally verified. Dr. Ying developed the Universal Laws of Thermodynamics to prove God’s existence in 2002. Able to test his scientific hypothesis with physical experiments, he has published in peer-reviewed science journals his results.
Oscar-nominated director Christine Choy, a professor of Tisch School of Arts, calls Dr. Ying’s book “a case in point” to his discovering a new theory about the universe.
Dr. Ying was born in Asia, educated in Europe, and now resides and works in the U.S. He is a marathoner who has run across all seven continents, a nuclear physicist by academic qualification, a patented inventor and a skilled engineer in the fields of cryogenics, superconductivity and radiation technologies. He is also a science fiction author, stage director and poet.