12-02-2010, 09:06 AM

Again battling with this matter, suddenly an odd thought struck me.

Does the theory meet the requirements demanded for any scientific theory?

As to my understanding there is just one basic requirement, its assertion must be disprovable. If there is no obvious method for disproof one needs to be part of the theory.

Unfortunately neither I nor anyone I have spoken to could come up with an obvious method of disproof.

But searching so far I failed to find any formal formulation of the theory to check.

Maybe it is just the case that I just don't know where to look.

Any help is appreciated.

Does the theory meet the requirements demanded for any scientific theory?

As to my understanding there is just one basic requirement, its assertion must be disprovable. If there is no obvious method for disproof one needs to be part of the theory.

Unfortunately neither I nor anyone I have spoken to could come up with an obvious method of disproof.

But searching so far I failed to find any formal formulation of the theory to check.

Maybe it is just the case that I just don't know where to look.

Any help is appreciated.