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  1. Ira Stone says:

    Hello Dr. LaViolette,

    I’m curious to hear your thoughts of the Sun being powered by the ether and it is hollow postulated by Eric Dollard. We can’t see the sun in free space.

    Do you agree with this theory?

    Thank you!

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Yes 12% of its power is from genic energy which is ultimately due to the ether's supercritical state.
      No it is not hollow.

  2. Adrian Ellis says:

    I've found it a fascinating journey to think of the physical effects of SQK, from tectonic activity to anomalous stars. One area on which I haven't seen comments is how SQK affects metrology. For example, one way that scientists calculate the Avogadro constant is by creating a high-precision silicon-28 sphere and measuring its weight. The scientists and engineers concerned are seeking an uncertainty of ten parts per billion with their creation, but are they facing an unseen challenge? SQK postulates that new matter appears in concentrations of existing matter and so new atoms would therefore be appearing in the silicon sphere all the time. It would be a tiny amount but the volume of the sphere is very precisely measured. My fun question is therefore; would enough new matter, according to SQK, appear in the silicon-28 sphere to be detectable by the metrologists? Would they be unwittingly measuring SQK at work in a laboratory and mistakenly concluding that it's experimental error?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      No, how many billion years would you like to wait to see a particle emerge in your silicone sphere? I won't give an exact calculation here, but it is a long time. If you are interested, you could go to the section of my book SQK where I discuss the matter creation rate within the Earth. Figure the Earth's volume or mass and use that rate and scale down to your silicone sphere.

  3. Ben says:

    What's a good introduction to Systems Theory? Just heard your interview on higherside chats where you suggested that every college/university student should first do 4 years of systems theory before going into specialization.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Some books are General System Theory by L. von Bertalanffy; The Relevance of General System Theory (E. Laszlo ed.), and A Systems View of the World by E. Laszlo. Also my book Genesis of the Cosmos contains some background in the first few chapters.

  4. John amans says:

    I apologise if you have already been asked this. What is your opinion of the electric universe theory. I wondered how it gelled with your theory?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I have not taken time to examine the theory. I prefer subquantum kinetics since it has such a high track record of verified predictions and is essentially a unified theory. I do however agree with their theory that moon craters may have been formed by solar plasma ejections (if I am remembering their theory correctly).

  5. John smith says:

    Hi Paul, I wanted to connect with you to discuss some research I am doing.

  6. Clara says:

    Hello Dr. Paul LaViolette,

    I would like to ask three questions:

    1. What is your opinion about et's and the psychic phenomena? ( because you mention things like this in your work)
    2. Why do you think the galactic wave will look something like(if this is correct information) the Starfish explosion?
    3. Will a superwave also do something in the magnetic field in the human body?

    Thank you very much!

    With kind regards,


    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Yes I believe in the existence of ETs since I have deciphered radio signals being sent to us by intelligent beings. Based on various disclosures it appears that 2 million currently live on the planet in hiding. But that is for you to find out what you can on the internet. As for psychic phenomena, I believe they are real. I have not said that the superwave will look like the Starfish nuclear explosion. All I said is that the superwave may carry an EMP on its forefront that has an effect similar to the Starfish explosion that caused a power blackout in Honolulu. The shift of the ambient galactic potential (rising) and the electron volley which also would cause a rising gravity potential (according to subquantum kinetics) will have psychological effects on humans and animals. Negative ions are healing. So this will tend to be positive. It could also boost psychic abilities in people. In an extreme rise of gravity potential could cause invisibility, as the Navy succeeded in doing in the infamous Phladelphia Project. Whether this will happen is anyone's guess.

      • Clara says:

        Thank you very much! Do you think I can share my experience with you in private? I just want to share my experience, and you can think of it want you want, I do not need a reply . All I am asking is please read it. I can do it here if you do not publish the reaction or through an email. I think it might be important. Please do know I am very concrete en detailed and that I am a nobody who does not share it for fame or anything. I am just a person who is worried because of the experiences. Please consider it and read it very critical, if you want to. That is why I also aksed about you opinion about the psychic phenomena. I know anybody can say it, but what I want to share, really happend. And not just in my head. I tried to research it the best way that I could and I do not just assume things.

        Thank you!

      • Adrian Ellis says:

        It's a very interesting point that this gravity super-wave may also have spiritual effects. It's worth noting, on that subject, that Hopi legends say that the time of the Blue Star Kachinka (probably the galactic core X-ray wave) and the Red star Kachinak will be a time of spiritual transformation, where spirits of the dead become visible. Other predictions, such as relating to the Fatima Prophecies, talk of a rain of high energy particles in the near future, causing a critical challenge to human beings, where only a small minority, pure in heart, survive. It's strange to connect spiritual challenges to high-energy physics, but as the ancient Hindu text, the Yoga Vashista says, '‘The world is nothing but a mere vibration of consciousness in space'. It looks as if our near future may be very interesting indeed. My money's on something happening next month, but I really shouldn't gamble...

  7. Pedro says:

    Is there any way to facilitate conceptualizing the ether in your model? In the book Genesis of The Cosmos it is compared to the "organic conception of space of whitehead", is this a clue? Could I conceptualize it as a kind of living space?

    And how to conceptualize the X and Y ethers and their manifestations on the world?

    Thank you

  8. Armen Levonian says:

    Hi Paul,

    I just read:

    Although I have not seen (found) an actual paper, I find what is suggested to agree with subquantum kinetics.

    ...from the article...
    "The idea of ​​negative matter was previously ruled out because it was thought that the material would be less dense as the universe expanded – something that did not support observations on dark matter.

    However, the Oxford team applied a new "creation sensor" to the model, allowing negative masses to be created continuously.

    The tensor shows that when more and more negative masses burst into existence, the new material – the negative mass liquid – is not diluted because of the expansion of the universe."

    Thanks for your work.

    • Mr. Paul, why is it Subquantum Kinetics is not taught in Universities or any other educational institution. I’ll be the first student to enroll. Tnx

      • Paul LaViolette says:

        Because it entirely replaces physics as we know it, and becuase physics today does not want to change. Academic physicists today all want to be inquisition priests demanding obedience to their word. Unlike the Klu Klux Klan, they do not wear hoods. But they are not much better. The change will happen after the superwave when most of society as we know it today will have collapsed. Maybe in a few years I will begin to plan a course at a university. Nothing yet. Too many otherimportant things to do currently, like bringing down relativity theory with experimental results that are coming out.

        • Cory Mtpleasant says:

          Looking forward to the results regarding your current work on disproving the theory of relativity.
          Although I would also be interested in this course I am by no means at that point in my journey.
          I heard an interview you did with Greg Carlwood and of all the information, books, podcasts, etc. Your interview was filled with information and books I am currently working my way through.
          Being a First Nations when I hear someone speak of such information with clarity and understanding it resonates in a way where you could feel it was true what I was hearing.
          Knowing how valuable your time is and just wanting to say thank you I will say good day Dr.
          Thank you for your time and research, it is truly inspiring and will surely stand the test if time.

  9. David says:

    The "Cow" Supernova?"

    What the hell is that all about?

    Discovery image of AT2018cow – nicknamed The Cow by astronomers – acquired by the ATLAS telescopes. Image via Stephen Smartt/ATLAS.

    Space might seem unchanging as you stand on Earth looking up at the inky blackness, but it isn’t, always. Indeed, the stillness can be punctuated at times by immense explosions, such as when stars go supernova in brilliant bursts of light. Supernovae are common, relatively speaking. But now scientists have observed a new type of explosion in space, and so far they don’t have an explanation for it. A science team reported the explosion on June 17, 2018, in The Astronomer’s Telegram, which is an internet-based publication service for disseminating new astronomical information quickly. The discovery team then discussed the explosion in a June 22 article in the popular weekly science magazine New Scientist. They said they saw the immense flash coming to us from another galaxy, 200 million light-years away. And, they said, this flash must have been 10 to 100 times brighter than a typical supernova.

    The mysterious flash has been nicknamed The Cow by astronomers since it was listed as AT2018cow in a database, thanks to the randomized three-letter naming system.

    The asteroid-tracking ATLAS telescopes in Hawaii were the first to see the mystery explosion. At first, astronomers thought it originated in our own galaxy. They thought it might be what’s called a cataclysmic variable star, typically two stars orbiting one another and interacting in a way that increases the whole system’s brightness irregularly. But subsequent spectroscopic observations showed the explosion came from another galaxy – labeled CGCG 137-068 – located some 200 million light-years away in the direction of the constellation Hercules.

    As astronomer Kate Maguire of Queen’s University Belfast noted simply to New Scientist:

    It really just appeared out of nowhere."

    David Mendenhall

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      While standard astrophysics has difficulty explaining this, such large energy outputs are entirely expected in subquantum kinetics which postulates that such stellar progenitors are powered by genic energy and had entered a mode of collapse and exponential energy increase.

  10. Adrian Ellis says:

    Thank you for your reply on July 27th, regarding the next galactic-core event and the Mesopotamian prophecy of 'the Fox and the Rope of Heaven'. On a slightly different topic, have you heard of Przybylski's Star? I mention it because Standard Physics states that stars should only have trace amounts of elements larger than iron in their cores, as fission overcomes fusion for larger elements than Fe. Any elements larger than iron can only be created in supernovae.

    Sub-quantum kinetics though, as far as I can understand from your books, postulates that larger elements than iron will be present in stellar cores, as the continual, new influx of matter would drive larger-element formation. Przybylski's Star seems to prove sub-quantum kinetics to be correct, as it contains large amounts of transuranic elements, something that Standard Physics says is impossible. I had never heard of it until this week, which is annoying as it is a blatant refutation of the official view of stellar composition.

    You may already know about the star but I thought it was worth passing the information on, just in case.

    Best Regards, Adrian Ellis.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Yes, you are right. Przybylski's star refutes standard theory and confirms SQK.
      Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

  11. Adrian Ellis says:

    In your book 'Earth Under Fire', you postulate that the periodic galactic super waves have entrained Earth's axial precession. I first assumed that this would make the periodicity of the galactic super waves to be 25,800 years, the length of a Great Year, but then I realised that a galactic super wave periodicity of 12,900 years would also be able to create the same axial periodicity. Since the Younger Dryas Impact event was roughly 12,900 years ago, which a galactic super wave could have caused, it would seem that we may experience another super-wave very soon.

    I've also recently discovered that this possibility seems to be supported by an ancient Mesopotamian legend that 'When the Fox finally gnaws through the Rope of Heaven, the present World-Age will come to a catastrophic end and the heavens will fall'. After some research, I've found evidence that the Fox is the star Polaris. and the Rope of Heaven is the celestial North Pole. What's alarming is that the Fox's closest approach to the Rope of Heaven, due to celestial precession, is in fact now. The Fox is gnawing at the Rope of Heaven as I write this.

    It would therefore seem that the Mesopotamians were warning us that the next global catastrophe would occur imminently, half-a-Great-Year from our last massive, celestial bombardment.

    Should we be preparing for this?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Yes, people should be prepared. I have always said that we are overdue for another superwave arrival event. Don't know how intense it will be, but it should arrive soon. We know this from analyzing the periodicity of Be-10 peaks in the ice core record. Thank you for sharing the Mesopotamian legend.

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