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Apr1705, 02:24 AM

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Can anyone here explain this theory to me? I'm told that it agrees with all experimental data, yet also manages to disprove (or at least interpret differently, I'm not really clear on this) the Heisenberg Uncertainty principle. If anyone can explain this theory to me, I'd be grateful.




#2
Apr1705, 02:28 AM

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I'm sure it's a crackpot ('theory').
Daniel. 



#3
Apr1705, 05:35 AM

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I believe that it is a generalisation of the dark sucker theory to include quantum mechanics.




#4
Apr1705, 09:25 AM

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Leonard Little's Theory of Elementary Waves
When I do a Google search for Leonard Little, all I get is a football player who was arrested for drunk driving recently.
Even when I add "waves" to the search, all I get is that football player. When I search for "Leonard Little" "elementary waves" (with the quotes), Google gives me absolutely nothing, nada, zip, nichevo, ei mitään... 



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Apr1705, 09:39 AM

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The name is Lewis Little. I am quite familiar with his crank "theory of elementary waves", which was published in Physics Essays (in 1996, I believe). I made a brief commentary here: http://www.physicsforums.com/showpos...8&postcount=65




#6
Apr1705, 12:39 PM

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so, nothing to get excited over then?




#7
Apr1705, 01:17 PM

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The name doesn't sound appealing,too.I mean "elementary waves" sounds,umm,"elementary".Maybe if he had named it "complicated waves",then,maybe then,he would have gotten a chance...
"Physics essays",hmm... Daniel. 


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