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I'm looking for an adjective that I can put before the noun 'concept':

A concept that seems random, wild (wild in the sense of drawing on various ideas and mixing them together) and built on wishful thinking and can hardly be proved.

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You can say that it's a fanciful concept.

fanciful, adj.:

1 given to fancy, unrestrained imagination, or whim : guided by fancy, imagination, or illusion rather than by reason, experience, or fact

2a marked by fancy and unrestrained imagination in conception, thought, or consideration : not governed or ascertained by facts, realities, and reason

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whimsical TFD

  1. spontaneously fanciful or playful
  2. given to whims; capricious
  3. quaint, unusual, or fantastic.
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Blue sky (thinking)

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creative ideas that are not limited by current thinking or beliefs

Blue-sky thinking: Collins https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/blue-sky-thinking

Disney releases ‘Blue Sky’ concept art for Epcot’s new Future World

Iveco's blue-sky concept imagines the future of trucking

Blue sky still often enclosed in scare quotes when used as an adjective.

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