Okay, I cant post a link to the website yet, and I haven't read the book either. I cannot be sure of the experimental basis of this theory, but it seems, on a very surface level, to be detailed, and sometimes elegant. There are some strange implications, but at the same time far less strange than other theories. So far ive only skimmed a few pages of the website. Things I like so far, is these - 1) No feilds, no uncertainty principle, no plank - the shape observed of the "feild" is not a feild, but the interacting shape of the "particle", which is not a point, but a "circulon", and kinda wavey donut thing. Seems so intuitive and non-abstracted. Dunno if its right, but +1 for the direct simplicity of the idea 2) Photons have a mass 3) Very little speculative dimensions, forces, kinds of matter, feilds etc...Despite his assertions there are some postulates, and ponderances, but very little. One negative so far is this, and maybe I have gotten this wrong. He seems to imply that gravity does not exist, and its merely a product of the slow expansion of matter. Which is conceptually weird. Maybe equally weird compared to some SR and QM, phenomena of which there is a much greater number of things though. Conceptually, surprisingly straight forward in some aspects, still working others out. I have no idea how valid this is, but in many ways it seems less speculative than other theories. Would be interested in hearing others thoughts as I read more about.