posted on Dec, 6 2012 @ 05:40 PM
I applaud you for having the courage to bring this forward. I think much of what you say is perfectly valid. I have not come here to piss all over
it, as is the usual custom here concerning this subject matter.
first, the title is wrong and your bibliography is conspicuously absent of math/physics citations. you are right that the cornerstone of quantum
theory is mathematical, and I never tire of hearing about godels incompleteness theorem, but you have not given the math. this leads to...
second, your understanding of quantum theory appears to come only from other people's interpretation of the data and formalisms.
consequently, you were unable to fully recognize and exploit the powerful features of the state function, and instead invoke the "glowing
orb".....I guess someone else can work out the details, huh?
be careful using the word, "discover". these type of speculations (not discovery) have been going on for decades.
but do please continue to pursue this avenue of thought. there is no doubt that a generalized quantum theory would be applicable in many scientific
disciplines. LEARN THE MATH.