Pharis Williams is a retired naval officer having served 24 years and also is retired from New Mexico Tech after 16 years of research and teaching. Most of the naval duty stations involved conventional and nuclear weapon safety, handling and employment. However, Williams also taught theoretical thermodynamics at the US Naval Academy. Williams also spent 5 years at the Los Alamos National laboratory conducting experimental shock physics and theoretical nuclear physics and hydrodynamics. Most of Williams' experimental research has involved shock physics, interior and/or exterior ballistics, high explosives and novel weapons. Williams began his theoretical research during postgraduate studies at the Naval Postgraduate School. This research started with thermodynamics and has ranged from sub-nuclear physics through nuclear physics and gravitational phenomena to cosmology. One important result of this research is the proof that ALL aspects of the currently accepted Standard Model of Physics are but subsets of Williams’ five dimensional Dynamic Theory. In the theory physical phenomena are explained in a fundamental manifold of space, time and mass. Williams proved that Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity was a subset of the Dynamic Theory when he showed that within the five dimensional manifold of space, time and mass the conservation of mass embeds a four dimensional hyper surface with a curvature given by Einstein’s field equations. Williams' research and publications include investigations of lasers, communications, fusion, weapons systems, stellar redshifts, supernova luminosity, dark matter, dark energy and cosmology.