Quantum Physics


The Scientific Method for Physics

Authors: Peter V. Raktoe

The scientific method is used to substantiate or falsify a hypothesis/theory, but physicists don't seem to understand that a physics hypothesis/theory must always be realistic. A physics hypothesis/theory needs to describe something that can exist nature/reality, but physicists also substantiate unrealistic physics hypotheses/theories. Most hypotheses/theories in modern theoretical physics describe science fiction, and that means that most mysteries are man-made.

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