Subquantum kinetics- anything to it?

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In summary, the conversation discusses the idea of subquantum kinetics as an alternative to the Big Bang theory and questions its credibility due to its association with Dr. LaViolette. The possibility of it being disproven or gaining support in the future is also mentioned. The conversation then shifts to a discussion about trusting people who wear hats indoors and their knowledge.
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Looking for any info on subquantum kinetics and Paul Laviolette? His credentials seem legitimate, but ...
Is there any evidence to support the idea of subquantum kinetics and alternative it provides to the Big Bang? Most publications which touch on it seem to link back to Dr. LaViolette so that seems odd to me. Has this idea been disproven or is there a chance this is a Continental Drift, Alfred Wegener situation where someone has an idea that may yet gain support, but the evidence just isn't there yet? Sorry if this is a silly question, but this seemed like the best place to get this type of info.
 
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"She used the pendulum to measure the Energy"


.Any other questions?
 
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This is well beyond the beyond the standard model. (It's not a typo.) :oldbiggrin:
 
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Garett Kutcher said:
Alfred Wegener situation

The problem with "they laughed at the Wright Brothers" is that they also laughed at the Three Stooges.
 
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hutchphd said:
"She used the pendulum to measure the Energy"


.Any other questions?

I have a hard time trusting people who wear hats indoors that are meant to block the sun. What do they know that I don't know...
 
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Related to Subquantum kinetics- anything to it?

1. What is subquantum kinetics?

Subquantum kinetics is a theory proposed by physicist Paul LaViolette that aims to explain the fundamental processes of the universe at a subatomic level. It suggests that space is not empty, but rather filled with a sea of fluctuating subatomic particles that interact with matter and energy.

2. How does subquantum kinetics differ from quantum mechanics?

Subquantum kinetics differs from quantum mechanics in that it does not rely on the concept of wave-particle duality or the existence of discrete energy levels. Instead, it proposes a continuous and deterministic model of the universe, where particles are continuously created and destroyed.

3. Is there any evidence to support subquantum kinetics?

While there is no direct experimental evidence for subquantum kinetics, it has been able to explain several phenomena that are not fully understood by traditional physics, such as the rotation curves of galaxies and the redshift of light from distant galaxies.

4. Can subquantum kinetics be tested?

Yes, subquantum kinetics makes several testable predictions, such as the existence of a subatomic particle called the etheron and the variation of the speed of light with energy. However, these predictions have not yet been confirmed by experiments.

5. Is subquantum kinetics widely accepted by the scientific community?

Subquantum kinetics is a controversial theory, and it is not widely accepted by the scientific community. While some scientists have shown interest in its ideas, it has not yet gained mainstream acceptance and is considered a fringe theory by many physicists.

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