## Why is the Subatomic World so Strange?

The explanations in modern physics to describe the world smaller than the atom are incredibly strange. These are just *some* of the bizarre explanations:

- There are 11 dimensions in the quantum world (versus 3 spatial dimensions in our physical world)
- Gravity is the weakest force because it spreads into other dimensions (that we cannot see or validate)
- The electron is both a particle and a wave
- The electron can be anywhere and is everywhere until the point that it is observed
- Matter can appear out of nowhere given a photon with sufficient energy (pair production)

## The Universe is Simple. It’s Man That Made it Complex.

In **energy wave theory,** new equations represent a simpler view of the universe and the subatomic world. Some of the strange quantum explanations are no longer needed or become much simpler to comprehend, such as:

- There are only 3 spatial dimensions.
- There is only one fundamental force.
- There is only one fundamental particle.

The calculations of particle interactions is not as simple. Trillions and trillions of particles interact and have influence on other particles. It’s similar to determining the weather. The weather follows an exact science to calculate temperature and pressure at any given time. It is possible to calculate the weather when considering all of its external factors, but it would take supercomputers crunching and analyzing every factor. Therefore, the best that can be done with current knowledge is to determine the probability of sun or rain on a given day.

Particle physics is very similar. With all of the interactions between particles, affecting wave amplitudes of other particles, their positions can only be modeled based on probability. For example, there is an X% chance that the electron will be at position Y. One day, we should find that it can be accurately modeled to 100% when all of the factors that affect a particle can be computed.

## Explanations

The Explanations section of this web site is dedicated to simplifying the mysteries of the universe by using new principles from energy wave theory. The first, and perhaps most important to the theory, is to re-establish the missing aether from physics.