MC Physics proposes a new understanding of the Universe that follows logical deduction of the science versus being only mathematically derived. Collectively these findings form a General Theory of the Universe (GUT)  or  Theory of (Many, but not) Everything (TOE).(TOE)

Mono-Charge (MC) Physics postulates that all matter is composed of at least two mono-charges.  Mono-charges cause all force (unified as electro-static in nature) and form all matter.  Each MC was quantized in the earliest Universe from elemental electro-static charge with given charge type (positive + or negative -) and a given electro-static charge strength or potential.  

Currently these findings are summarized on this website and in separate published papers given below: ge type (positive + or negative -)    and  electro-static charge potential or strength.

Mass comes from and is directly proportional to the total electro-static charge strength of all mono-charges (MCs) in a given object.

Furthermore, all force in the Universe is electro-static in nature and is caused by and interacts only between mono-charges. Therefore,  nuclear strong and weak force (differing in distribution, structural distance and charge interferences), magnetic force (rotating, oscilating, vibrating, linear moving MCs) and gravity (net imbalance of dual-charges). Mono-charges cause electro-static charge forces and reactions only on other mono-charges to cause repelling or attraction forces between those mono-charges.   

All forces between mono-charges follow a modified Coulomb's Law and rules of opposite charge types attract, while like charge types repel each other. Thus, only opposing charge type mono-charges can initiate the formation of matter. Forces are also modified by spatial distance (1/r2 or 1/r)  and relativity (v2/Vt2). 

All reactions follow Newton's Laws of force-mass reactions. Newton's gravitation law is combined into the modifed Coulomb's Law by substituting charge strength for mass. 

Opposite-charged mono-charges join together to make photons, neutrinos, electrons and (various) quarks, which are primary elemental particles made up of (at least) 2 opposite charged mono-charges.  These basic mono-charges can then join to make composite particles (protons) and all matter in the Universe. Note that neutrons are considered protons in disguise with additional mono-charges. 

The easiest proof of mono-charge existance can be found in the smallest known matter in the Universe - a photon of light. The physical and physics basics utilized for this proof and the required mono-charge assumptions are provided in these website pages.

The proof of faster-than-light force application can be found in subatomic systems (ie. in the real photon model) up to the cosmos (ie, in Edwin Hubble's finding of frequency red-shift of light from distant galaxies).