The time will inevitably come when mechanistic and atomic thinking will be put out of the minds of all people of wisdom, and instead dynamics and chemistry will come to be seen in all phenomena. When that happens, the divinity of living Nature will unfold before our eyes all the more clearly.
Johann von Goethe, 1812
AngelicView: Paul LaViolette has been talking about a Galactic Superwave for years now. He is a scientist that formed the theories around SubQuantum Kinetics. I’ll link some articles for you. Well, the new thing is that now he is saying that he expects that a major galactic superwave could be coming in April, 2014.
I’ll try to put it in a nutshell for you, if I can. I am no expert, though, so if you want more information there will be plenty of links and his latest video interview below.
He says that stars are revolving around our galactic core and are sort of “eaten up” by the galactic core, which causes a major energy outburst that is sent out as a “wave” to the rest of the galaxy. He stated that this happens fairly often (in cosmological terms), and that usually it is a weak wave and doesn’t affect us very much. But he says that he has reason to believe that at least one very large body – and possibly two – are nearing our galactic core, and so he expects this one to impact us very much.
So, I was wondering, what is the impact he is expecting? Dr. LaViolette is quick to point out that the last major Galactic Superwave was before our written history, and so he can only speculate on this. He says that it is not as much a matter of a mass-death-type event as it is a major change in the genetic mutation rate. That came from a Q&A article about what we might expect that I found here.
His Bio can be found here.
A link to the explanation of SubQuantum Kinetics (a non-technical summary).
The fundamental recognition upon which Dr. Paul A. LaViolette bases his highly promising Theory of Subquantum Kinetics(SQK) is that general systems theory, which describes a common set of dynamic interactions found in biological and social systems of every level of complexity, might well be applicable to the world of subatomic particles and whatever substrate may lie beyond the quantum level.
LaViolette’s approach is to adopt a widely-studied set of three-variable dynamic equations describing an archetypal kinetic system known as Model G, an extension of the two-variable Brusselator, postulating that the same dynamics operate on the subquantum level to generate the physical world that we can observe, and to test his hypothesis by looking for conformity of the resulting physics with what is accepted to be true, and to predict the outcome of future observations and experiments.
In LaViolette’s SQK model, the universe is an open system at all levels, and our physical universe commonly exchanges energy across the “quantum barrier” under certain well-defined circumstances. This is a profoundly non-conservative model (i.e., energy is not conserved and the second law of thermodynamics does not apply) with major implications for everything from microphysics to cosmology.
But what is the system beyond the quantum barrier (i.e., the system out of which particles, fields, forces, charge, gravitation, all arise to create the world described by physicists)? What is it that would have the dynamic processes defined by the Model G equations? LaViolette proposes the existence of a primordial transmuting ether composed of populations of subtle particles that he calls etheronsexhibiting reaction and diffusion dynamics governed by the Model G equations. Concentrations of these etheron populations or substrates are identified with the potential fields of physics. Wave-like field gradients form observable quantum-level structures such as energy waves and subatomic particles with mass, charge, spin, and force field effects. From this simple basis, and some fine-tuning of the model’s parameters, LaViolette proceeds to – apparently very successfully – crank out our familiar world.
Because it begins with a single model as its point of departure for describing essentially all observable physical phenomena, SQK can be considered a unified theory.
Can it truly be so? Can this approach work? In lesser hands, probably not. But with great competence and a sure knowledge of the philosophy, history, and the classical and current issues of physics, wonders unfold in succession. In his seminal Subquantum Kinetics (2003) we are shown the structure of subatomic particles and how they are created, the basis of photon behavior, the internal electric potential field profile of the proton, the nature of electrostatic charge and of gravity, solutions to persistent problems in quantum mechanics… and this is only the microphysical level. SQK has tremendous importance in cosmology leading to a new view of the cosmos.
This view of the Table of Contents illustrates the scope and application of LaViolette’s work.
AngelicView: I am not trying to convince you that Paul LaViolette is right – I have no way of knowing and this kind of science is way above my level of understanding. I am just putting the information out there in case you’d like to further your research. Neither do I have any way of knowing whether he’s right about this “Galactic Superwave”, however, I did find the below interview put out by Project Camelot on Dec 6th of this year quite interesting. Thanks to Laron at Transients for bringing it to my attention.