John C. Hodge. Ad hoc additions to theories suggest a new paradigm
Submitted on: Jun 04, 2022, 12:41:27
Natural Sciences / Physics / General Physics
Description: The current, accepted theories in cosmology and quantum realms encompass observations that are not explained by the theory. A method to account for these observations is to suggest new, ad hoc additions to the theory. The ad hoc additions suggest the need for a paradigm shift to produce a simpler theory with broader scope and with a cause-effect physical interaction such as the Scalar Theory of Everything (STOE). Links to papers showing calculations and observational data comparison are found in Hodge, 2020, IntellectualArchive, Vol.9, No. 4, P. 14; DOI: 10.32370/IA_2020_12_3 ; See video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YlJGdTvuTU Inflation, negative energy, Dark Matter, action-at-a-distance, and Dark Energy are ad hoc additions to the Big Bang model of cosmology. Other problematic assumptions are spacetime, infinities, decreasing temperature, and increasing entropy of the universe. The strong force, weak force, and the orbits of electrons around a nucleus are ad hoc additions to the atomic models. Other problematic assumptions are the weird results from the assumption of the probabilistic nature of the universe and that the speed of light limits the speed of causality.
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