|Jim Schofield - Author / Editor
Physicist, Philosopher, Marxist, Multimedia Expert, Mathematician, Author, Sculptor.
Dr. Peter Mothersole - Advisor / Editor
Senior Lecturer in Computing, Physicist, Photographer, Constructivist, Software Developer, Philosopher.
Mick Schofield - Art Director / Editor
Writer, Researcher, Photographer, Artist, Designer
10 years of SHAPE
Substrate Theory I
The Lepton Substrates
Preface: What is Substrate Theory?
Papers from The Atom and the Substrate:
The Invisible (yet Active) Contents
of Empty Space
Apples and Oranges
Hidden Levels of Reality
The Hetereogeneous Universal Substrate Substrate as Sump & Source
Fields by Magnetons I-II
Papers from later issues of SHAPE:
The Necessary Premise:
A Holist Ground and Context for Reality
Thoughts on Substrate Magnetons
& The Necessary Revolution in Physics I-III
Abstracting the Unknown:
Constructing the Lepton Substrates
Universal Substrate Units:
What would be needed to deliver such a Substrate?
Second Generation Material Particles
Directional Fields and Forces:
Comparing Secondary Forces,
both Electrical and Gravitational
Fields and Lines of Force
Gravity: An intrinsic property of a universal substrate?
Directed Meta-Level Gravity
The Gravitational Units of the Universal Substrate
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Welcome to Issue 65 of the SHAPE Journal, the first in a two part special marking SHAPE's 10 year anniversay, and bringing together for the first time, all materials related to Jim Schofield's game-changing Substrate Theory.
The first part outlines The Lepton Substrates, so named
for their composition of pairs of different Lepton particles, but also their origin in Lepton, the village in which theorist Jim Schofield resides.
Substrate Theory is a completely new approach to sub-atomic physics that hypothesizes the existence of an as as-yet undetectable heterogeneous material substance, filling all of known space. Unlike its distant cousin, James Clerk Maxwell’s Aether Theory, this new Substrate conception can explain all Quantum phenomena, the anomalies of the Double Slit experiments, Wave/Particle Duality and its own strange illusivity.
Without wishing to sound hyperbolic, the ideas contained within these issues are nothing less than a revolution in science - a complete rethinking of contemporary physics from the ground up; commiting to the scrapheap of scientific progress much of the last century’s detour into a realm which we might call Quantum Ideality.