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Subquantum Kinetics: A Systems Approach to Physics & Cosmology: 3rd Edition
Subquantum Kinetics: A Systems Approach to Physics & Cosmology: 3rd Edition
by Paul A. LaViolette
Edition: Paperback
Price: £23.84

5.0 out of 5 stars Totally Refreshing Scientific Angle with Many Confirmed Predictions, 5 Feb 2014
Just for the record, I am a science enthusiast, but not a scientist, so one should not take my opinion as a scripture.

The main reason why I bought this book is, that when the modern science takes the most trusted and the best verified theories and it looks into the night sky, it only discovers that it can not explain 95% of the behavior of the Universe. Obviously a big chunk is missing. Now, the worst part is that immediately they resort to and shoehorning the equations by fudge factoring of values of constants and inventing Dark Matter/Energy. It is obvious that, as far as cosmology goes, modern science is just guessing. I would dare to say, that cosmology is still open for fresh interpretations.

Apart from that I would say that LaViolette offers a fresh perspective and fairly simple one. His work is very similar to a String Theory, in a sense that it tries to figure out what is inside the vacuum, going beyond the level of subatomic particles. So instead of strings LaViolette proposes Brusselator process, which is more like chemistry. If I had to choose between the 'beautiful mathematics' of String Theory and "down to earth" Process based LaViolette's approach, I would go for the latter. The picture of universe that comes out of this theory has no Big Bangs (only Small Bangs), parallel worlds, time travel, black holes and other sci-fi bolt ons. But worp drives are, luckily, left in. It paints the vacuum as a dynamic medium which seeds all the particles.

Thoroughly recommended.


The Day After Roswell: A Former Pentagon Official Reveals the U.S. Government's Shocking UFO Cover-up
The Day After Roswell: A Former Pentagon Official Reveals the U.S. Government's Shocking UFO Cover-up
by Philip J. Corso
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: £5.22

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5.0 out of 5 stars A real and complete Disclosure. Unmissable., 5 Dec 2012
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The uniform of Colonel Corso has a medal patch a size of A5 sheet of paper. He fought at Anzio, Monte Casino and in Rome. During the Cold War he was a commander of an anti-aircraft brigade stationed 5 miles from the East Germany border. Later in his carrier he served in White House and he was intelligence adviser to MacArthur, Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy. His credentials are highest so far, out of all UFO witness.

By reading this book you'll actually get a complete picture of what happened with saucer after Roswell and what policy was formulated by US government. That policy is still in place today. Everything I read so far about Roswell, all the disparate rumors and documents, now fall in together to create a big picture. Most importantly I now understand a government's policy on saucers and what to expect in future.

An unexpected bonus is a detailed explanation of the inner working of a government's machine. Actually, at least 2/3s of the book is about how policy makers make national policies. One can immediately recognize that Corso is not a very technical person, but a sort off a skillful political animal who spent carrier in corridors of White House and Pentagon.


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