Authors: Keith Maxwell Hardy
I replace the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum mechanics with the Wave Source Interpretation, which I give now. When a quantum wave’s location is observed in a small area, it collapses to a transversal wave source. If this small region is three-dimensional, then the quantum wave would act like a three-dimensional transversal wave source. The three-dimensional transversal wave source has characteristics that parallel leptons’ and hadrons’ characteristics. These properties are derived from the wave sources in this paper without relying on quantum theory. I claim that elementary particles have wave sources as their foundational structure.
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