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Marilyn FergusonMarilyn Ferguson, Brain/Mind, A Bulletin of Breakthroughs Much of science is so specialized that the research is performed and reported in a vacuum. It is always refreshing to come across scientific thinkers who go beyond a single discipline, who explore and explain how their model may account for a wide range of phenomena. Paul LaViolette is such a thinker.
His speculation about subquantum kinetics is more than a theory. It may be a kind of doorway to more generous, unified concepts than those we have been trying fruitlessly to reconcile. Waves and particles, the relative and the absolute, entropy and order, all fit into an exciting rudimentary new way of seeing whole.
In one sense, the idea of a reactive-diffusive ether is startling. However, as the reader explores this notion, it begins to make sense. Once considered, it seems more intuitively plausible than our familiar idea of dead and empty space. It is more like our earliest sense of a living, breathing universe. (Marilyn Ferguson, Brain/Mind, A Bulletin of Breakthroughs)