Links to web sites for New Theories, Chaos, Quantum Mechanics and Gravity
Mysterious occurences on the interface of physics and number theory
Parcellular mechanics---Gives a critical review of Gravity and the meaning of Quantum Theory and qualitatively establishes and interprets a relation between a range of problems in both the areas.
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Max Tegmark's library: 'THEORY OF EVERYTHING'

Some web sites for New Theories,Chaos,Quantum Mechanics and Gravity

Alternative Theories

Theories of ether

Quantum fluctuations of empty space

Alan Pendleton - was Einstein right?

open research problems in physics

Henry Linder - ether flow theory

Super luminal motion

excellent links to anti-relativity sites; also mainstream relativity tutorials

The speed of light-a limit on principle?

The World Wide Web Virtual Library:Sumeria-Alternative ideas in health, science and spirituality

Magellan internet guide

Internet guide

New Scientist

Quantum Mechanics is not Science

Cycles in the Universe