Science: String Theory

February 1, 1999

Q. Comments on the string theory of subatomic particles.

A. We would agree that there is indeed much to recommend this particular theory, as long as the concept of string is understood as being similar to a magnetic line of force. As we have said before but will reiterate, the movement of matter creates bow waves and wakes, and if those bow waves and wakes are perceived in a kind of mesh-like format, we would then agree that there is much validity in this thought.* We would also think that the examination of the function of the solar wind could prove illuminating in this context.
* [Not quite a string, but more like a net.]