He has served as a solar energy consultant for the UN, Greek
government, and Club of Rome Goals for Mankind Project and has
also consulted Fortune 500 companies on ways of stimulating innovation.
Research he conducted at Harvard School of Public Health led
him to invent an improved pulsation dampener for air sampling
pumps. Related work led him to develop an improved life-support
apparatus for protection against hazardous environments and
for which he received two patents.
Recognized in the Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Dr. LaViolette is the first to predict that high intensity volleys of cosmic ray particles travel directly to our planet from distant sources in our Galaxy, a phenomenon now confirmed by scientific data. He is also the first to discover high concentrations of cosmic dust in Ice Age polar ice, indicating the occurrence of a global cosmic catastrophe in ancient times. Based on this work, he made predictions about the entry of interstellar dust into the solar system ten years before its confirmation in 1993 by data from the Ulysses spacecraft and by radar observations from New Zealand. He also originated the glacier wave flood theory that not only provides a reasonable scientific explanation for widespread continental floods, but also presents a credible explanation for the sudden freezing of the arctic mammoths and demise of the Pleistocene mammals. Also he developed a novel theory that links geomagnetic flips to the past occurrence of immense solar flare storm outbursts.
He is the developer of subquantum
kinetics, a novel approach to microphysics that not only
accounts for electric, magnetic, gravitational, and nuclear forces
in a unified manner, but also resolves many long-standing problems
in physics such as the field singularity problem, the wave-particle
dualism, and the field source problem, to mention a few. Moreover
based on the predictions of this theory, he developed an alternative
cosmology that effectively replaces the big bang theory. In fact,
in 1986, he was the first to cast doubt on the big bang theory
by showing that it makes a far poorer fit to existing astronomical
data when compared to this new non-expanding universe cosmology. The
subquantum kinetics cosmology also led him to make successful
predictions about galaxy evolution that were later verified with
the Hubble Space Telescope.
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