Authors: Robert A. Herrmann
Descriptive quantum theory is the intuitive motivation for the mathematical models employed. Due to contrary physical assumptions accepted by different science communities, it is established that descriptions for certain quantum physical entities and descriptions for their behavior have not been universally accepted as factual and can have contradictory features. Being only indirectly verifiable, no such theory can be proved as factual based upon observed predictions. The actual intuitive foundations for the General Grand Unification Model (GGU-model) and their relation to quantum theory and all other physical science theories are revealed. The final major theological GGU-model conclusions are detailed.
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