A particle consisting of multiple db's will imprint an extra curvature on the spacetime surface between the db's. In this a particle is not a wave, it is a cluster of more than one interacting db's. The wave property it possesses are its internal db-movement tracks in time. These movement tracks in time can be described as a wave function. A singular db does not have a wave property. So particle and wave is not the same thing. Although it can be said that in case of a multiple db particle the extra curvature imprint on spacetime is a wave function in itself, so then the particle equals that wave function it exhibits in time. One can say that the multiple db particle is in a sense the fluctuating spacetime surface and is in this case the wave.
Monday 2nd December 2019 07:02:46 AMName: Ethernos
If particle and wave is the same thing u should also write zero point wave.
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Monday 28th August 2017 08:17:52 PMName: Dr. T & the women
You seem a bit upset that your theory has not been published in NATURE. I can imagine why they rejected it. First of all, it seems that you do not know that dark matter and dark energy are different things. Second, ...
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Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
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