Dr. LaViolette Reviews the Galactic Superwave Theory

Posted by: P. LaViolette
October 29, 2021

Joan Cerio interviews Paul LaViolette on her show Envisioning a New Earth.  The topic of discussion is the galactic superwave theory.  Dr. LaViolette begins with a discussion of the significance of Halloween, which is said to be in rememberance of the many lives that were lost in catastrophes occurring in ancient times.


8 Responses to Dr. LaViolette Reviews the Galactic Superwave Theory

  1. Nicolas Watson says:

    Unfortunately Paul it seems you mist00k my meaning. A misunderstanding is all, mate

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      This link you provided is for gravity wave “tsunamis” that they claim travel through the Galaxy. They theorize stellar collisions. As you suggest, they probably should have done their research and suggested that GC outbursts could also generate such waves as expected would accompany superwaves. However, such ripples are far too small to be immediately associated with a superwave.

  2. Lov says:

    Do subquantum kinetics have any implications for quantum computers?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      The phenomenon of how quantum entanglement occurs is explained in the latest edition of Subquantum Kinetics. Quantum computers supposedly use quantum entanglement to link themselves, but I know little of how this is done.

  3. Nic W says:

    And, I mean to say, it is interesting to read how many similarities there are immersed in their theory, to your own. Almost, it seems, as if they’re trying to circuitously come round to saying the same thing as you already have, y’know? Well, you have a read for yourself and you might see it the same way.. Ciao then!

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      The superwave theory has been confirmed over the past few years by several discoveries of such phenomena happening in other active galaxies. As usual, my prior publications and work on this subject is not cited. I do, however, include mention of this confirmation in the updated fifth edition of Subquantum Kinetics which hopefully will be available next year.

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