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Published on 10 Feb 2008
Matter is made of spherical standing waves. A standing wave is a wave that may be thought of as two waves traveling in opposite directions. For a particle, this means an incoming wave converging o the centre and an outgoing wave coming out of the centre, which is just the incoming wave after it travels through the centre.
Seeing matter as real waves rather than just probabilities is consistent with the thinking of Schroedinger and de Broglie who established the important formula for the behaviour of particle waves. My own studies are consistent with Milo Wolff, Yuri Ivanov and Gabriel La Freniere and lead to the formulae of relativity and quantum mechanics in a realistic way without any hocus pocus. Geof Hazelhurst and Karen Howie have developed a substantial web site on this.