Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Peter Alexander Venis. I am not a scientist. I do not have a degree in physics or any other field of science. I was a games programmer working here in the Netherlands until just a few years ago and up until that time I did not have any plans to focus my life on science. Until not so long ago, working on graphics and algorithms was one of my favorite ways of spending my time. But it happened to be that by chance I made a little discovery about our universe. That little discovery automatically led to another discovery... and then another.... and another.

What I happened to discover is something that has to do with the motion of fluids. It appears that some basic shapes of motion that we have known and observed for years sometimes connect in a way that no one realized before. These connections form one very large puzzle with a very strong logical order. Knowing this order, and how the characteristics of this sequence change from one end of the sequence to the other, opens a window of understanding that allows us to comprehend many phenomena in the world around us without great effort. Things that were once hard to understand now become easier to understand.

I've given this discovery a name: 'the infinity theory'. And I've launched this website to show the parts of the puzzle that have been solved so far. There is a big task lying ahead and with that a big window of opportunity. This is because what is laid down on this website is just the mere beginning. There are still many more parts of the puzzle that need to be solved, but I am not going to do this alone. I call on the help of all of you who visit this website, from all around the world, the young, the old, the educated, the non-educated, to help complete this puzzle.

This website is particularly relevant for anyone who works or studies in the field of fluid mechanics / fluid dynamics. The majority of the information that you will find on this website you will not yet find in fluid mechanics, but it is relevant information for those who study the motion of fluids. It could very well be that in the coming years this new knowledge will be beneficial to fluid mechanics in such a way that it will allow new ways to understand the movements of gasses, solids, liquids and plasmas. These methods can extend the current knowledge of fluid mechanics in ways that are beneficial to science and engineering.

The information presented on this website also has great implications for astronomers. For the first time we are now holding a puzzle in our hands that explains the shape of many galaxies and outer space phenomena and provides an answer as to why some galaxies appear to interact.

I encourage anyone who is doing active research on infrasound or ultrasound to read the information on this website. There are great opportunities ahead for those who are willing to test some of the theories that are presented on this website. I have no doubt that the information presented on this website will lead to a better understanding about the nature of infra- and ultrasound which could lead to the creation of new inventions based on this insight.

This website is not to challenge anyone. Nor is the purpose of the infinity theory to replace any existing popular theory. There are multiple ways in which we can interpret the world around us, not always do these different ways of interpretation conflict with one another. I am sure that in time, people from all sorts of fields of science will resolve how the information on this website will fit with their own theories. I do not claim to know anything better than those who are acclaimed within those fields. One of the main purposes of this website is for you to be able to judge what is presented here. Anyone is free to place comments anywhere he or she wishes, or can post his/her own article with personal opinions about the subject.

If you are new to this website, and you are not sure whether it is worth the effort of reading all there is on this website, then I recommend you to do the following: First browse through the first 10 pages and only look at the images. If you only look at the images, then you already see quite a lot of comprehensible information, and you more or less get the impression of what to expect about this website. After that you can decide whether you want to read the text that goes along with it. If you do decide to read it, I assure you that it won't be difficult to understand. You will be able to learn the infinity theory more quickly if you have an academic background, but without a prior higher level of knowledge you will still be able to understand most of the theory presented on this website.