Matter is Made of Waves

The previous section discussing the WSM model included several discussions of Gabriel LaFreniere's MMW model, see insets right for specific links. However, this model does have some fundamental differences with the WSM model, which was originally forwarded by Milo Wolff. In this respect, the extended format of website-3 allows a wider discussion of the requirements on any WSE model, which includes the scope for other wave models, e.g. the OST model, which at the moment are simply place-holders.

Note: Gabriel LaFreniere was born in 1942 and died in 2012. He was a pioneer of the 'matter is made of waves (MMW) hypothesis, who published his ideas on his own website. However, Gabriel's website ceased to exist after his death and website-X is only a copy of the English version of the original website for reference purposes.

However, this section only represents Part-1 of the review of the MMW model positioned within website-3. While still incomplete, the goal of this review is simply to consider as many of LaFreniere’s concepts and assumptions as possible, although this review is not necessarily constrained to the original format of LaFreniere’s website or its conclusions. As indicated, the review of so many fundamental and speculative ideas is far from complete. It is highlighted that many of these ideas sit outside accepted science and therefore cross-referencing other sources of supportive information has proved problematic. Likewise, many of LaFreniere’s ideas are predicated on simulation programs, written in FreeBasic, which have proven extremely time-consuming to review in any detail, especially as the underlying causal explanations are often opaque. While LaFreniere produced dozens of 2D wave simulations based on a number of wave equation, it appears that the equations used may not necessarily represent a physical description of the actual causal mechanisms at work as implied in the following quote:

“Standing waves are not made of travelling waves. For calculation purposes, such waves can indeed be considered as two sets of waves travelling in opposite directions. This is a very useful method for computer programs."

So, what is the goal of this section of discussion?

For the reasons outlined above, the structure of this review has been broken into separate sections and discussions, which do not necessarily follow the order of pages in LaFreniere’s original website. However, this approach has allowed other topics and issues to be introduced and discussed, which may not have been considered in the original website. Again, for the record, this review assumes ‘no weight of authority’ as it is simply driven by a personal ‘duty of inquiry’. As such, the review is a learning process rather than an authoritative judgment on the many issues that might, at best, be described as speculative in scope. Part-1 of this section only attempts to outline some of the basic concepts of LaFreniere’s electron wave model and some of the many assumptions on which it appears to be based. Part-2 is indexed in the content list, but has not yet been undertaken.

Note: The title of each section of the attached document is also a link to a corresponding webpage, which then allows actual simulations to be reviewed with further links to LaFreniere’s webpage.