Eric Walker wrote: "I'm looking for measured, incremental changes to the existing understanding of physics, not something that turns physics upside down and inside out ."
I don't agree that Calaon's EMNR theory 'turns physics upside down.'
That seems to be ill thought out rhetoric.
Physics is not a flower vase, it has no sides. It has no upside or down side, inside or outside.
My close reading of the theory at
taught me about the zitterbewegung a concept promoted by Dellasca, Cook for several decades
and having its genesis in the surah of Prophet Dirac via Schrodinger in1930.
Calaon has applied the zitterbewegung concept to the electron path around the proton.
Incremental? Incremental is not a necessity for physics.
Isaac Newton's theories were not incremental but were based on the theory and work of giants who went before him