Subquantum kinetics is a revolutionary physics methodology that was inspired by advances in our understanding of how non-equilibrium reaction systems spawn self-organising wave patterns. Replacing the fragmented and self-contradictory framework of modern physics, subquantum kinetics opens the door to a truly elegant unified field theory. Electromagnetic, gravitational, and nuclear potential fields all emerge from a single set of non-linear equations representing subquantum processes postulated to take place throughout all space. It is the first fundamental theory to have its predictions of the nucleon's energy potential profile later confirmed by particle scattering form factor data. This approach, which is consistent with the ideas of Whitehead, Einstein, de Broglie, and Feynman, provides answers to many fundamental questions: Namely, how does the subquantum matrix generate the zero-point energy continuum and spawn the formation of matter? How do charge and mass come into being and how do they generate fields consistent with the laws of electrostatics and gravitation? Subquantum kinetics also lays the foundations for a new wave theory of matter.
Its non-dispersing, periodic structures resolve the wave-particle dualism and produce de Broglie wave diffraction effects consistent with observation.