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Process Physics

  1. Jun 24, 2007 #1
    I have been unable to find this topic discussed in "search forums" [ If it has been, I am deeply sorry].

    Is Process Physics useful? Is it mature enough to spend time studying and learning it? What is, so far, the general consensus in the community about its value?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Process_Physics [Broken]
    http://www.scieng.flinders.edu.au/cpes/people/cahill_r/processphysics.html [Broken]
     
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  3. Jun 24, 2007 #2
    Never heard of it. The wikipedia article mentions Reg Cahill a few times in the opening, that can't be a good sign.

    (The physics community responds that way to people who proclaim that the noise in their cheap motion-through-ether-measuring experiments is actually gravitational wave signals.)
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2007
  4. Jun 25, 2007 #3
    I've previously sat down and read through a 100+ page document on this. In my opinion it started with promise but then spiralled into misconception.

    Note that that's just an opinion. I can offer no credentials to back it up, and I can't properly be considered to be part of the physics community.
     
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