Excellent! Thanks! I was aware of the field, but that video is really better than anything I saw before.

The whole problem with Sub Quantum Physics (SQP) is that we have NO MATHEMATICAL model. Mathematics is actually physics in disguise. So now we have the physics of the droplets to look at, and get inspired from.

Another problem is that the Standard Model + Big Bang is viewed as a GUT and TOE (Theory Of Everything). So the best and brightest, when not going into finance, go into that…

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]]>Dear Ian: Congratulations! You did well! Wave linearity is, of course, the first order, what we know as Quantum Mechanics. The second order would be relativistic corrections (which Dirac succeeded to make work, by generalizing the concept of waves, thus getting from the Klein-Gordon equation, that relativistic analogue to a vibrating string, a second order hyperbolic PDE to the correct first order PDE, the Dirac equation).

To get to SUB QUANTUM PHYSICS, SQP, the evolution of the waves, from linear to points, will have to be described. Thus SQP will use mathematics which don’t exist (yet). SQP will be asymptotically linear.

SQP will explain the Quantum. In particular its unpredictability. Or the nature of the wave packet (a non-linear effect). It does make one prediction: Dark Matter. Another is that making a real Quantum Computer should be fiendishly hard, if at all possible.

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]]>Maybe, Patrice, but I am a chemist, and I got into this because the standard theory of the chemical bond is an impossible to follow (because nobody explains in detail what they are doing) and involves near impossible computational requirements.

By assuming there is linear wave addition, I showed the bond in the hydrogen molecule is mental arithmetic (to within 0.3% accuracy. If you wish to include a number of minor additions (relativistic correction, magnetic interactions, etc, it gets a bit more complicated.) So i am happy stick with linearity.

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]]>Dear Ian: Agreed. If they understood Quantum Mechanics, they would stop with the silly stuff they enunciate. Some, though, just because they enunciate such madness, are full professors at Stanford (for example; I am thinking of Linde, among others). The formalism you allude to in your point c) is caused mostly because, the higher the energy, the shorter the wavelength, the more particle like the behavior. So High Energy physics enable to eschew Quantum Physics (mostly).

I believe in the wave too, of course. Of course a full wave, a real wave, is NONLINEAR! Therein the problem, as there is no mathematical guidance (mathematicians spending too much time with infinity mathematics, they have no developed practical math as much as they should).

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]]>The Epicycles debacle happened because Rome was ruled by mechanical Massimos anxious to please their masters, and exerting terror against all those who disagreed. New ideas got killed. Rebel thinkers, extinguished, executed, devoured by beasts. The epicycles guys had cheated, Count Tycho demonstrated that to his satisfaction, using the same instruments.

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]]>Hyper powerful computers will change how scientists will work. They will “work” more like me, hahaha… Meaning the computer will work, and the humans will think.

However, I think a full Quantum Computer with lots of qubits will emerge with behavior not distinguishable from sentience…

Overall, intelligence has been going up in the last 550 million years (with a possible decrease after the quasi extinction of Neanderthals…)

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]]>They are drunk on the Multiverse, indeed. That and David Hume’s racism, and Jefferson/Locke hypocrisy, not to say Big Lie technique…

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]]>The way nature solves problems, often caused by compounding complexity and too much information, is to push the reset button and go back to a lower level of complexity and erase lots of information, good and bad.

Now if we could learn to modulate that process, such that when our systems peek, we recognize it as such and appreciate the party for what it was and take the lessons learned home, not just pour more gin into the punch bowl.

So there is much that has been missed, stolen and malformed. Hopefully we will go back and set the record straight, but I’m afraid they just pulled out another bottle of gin.

Hopefully it won’t take as long to fix as epicycles.

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