Wave Theory of Everything

The Energy Wave Theory (of Everything)

A theory of everything (TOE) is a hypothetical framework that links together the physical aspects of the universe, in particular the unification of energy and forces. Albert Einstein spent his remaining years of his life trying to unify electromagnetism and gravity, yet, they remain separated today.

There is a single theory, and it has been overlooked for more than a century due to the belief that there is no medium in space (aether) to carry waves of energy. When the aether is considered, it is possible to unify and explain energy and forces. Thus, Energy Wave Theory can be considered a TOE. Given the ambitious challenge in tackling a TOE, the theory has a very high burden of proof to be considered by mainstream science. Specifically, it has the burden of:

1) Calculating values that match experimental results, and

2) Deriving existing energy and force equations, and

3) Providing reasonable explanations for observations in particle experiments

A series of six papers achieves the burden presented above.  Due to the significant length of requirement for this proof, this work was divided into six logical papers presenting arguments for: 1) energy equations, 2) atomic orbital equations, 3) force equations, 4) photon interactions, 5) a derivation of many known fundamental physical constants and 6) deriving known energy and force equations used today.  These papers are available for download:

  • Particle Energy and Interaction: Explained and Derived by Energy Wave Equations
  • Atomic Orbitals: Explained and Derived by Energy Wave Equations
  • Forces: Explained and Derived by Energy Wave Equations
  • Photons: Explained and Derived by Energy Wave Equations
  • Fundamental Physical Constants: Explained and Derived by Energy Wave Equations
  • Key Physics Equations and Experiments: Explained and Derived by Energy Wave Equations

The following summarizes the proof, organized by calculations, derivations and explanations as per the burden of proof.  This synopsis is not only a summary of the work that has been achieved in these six papers, but it also serves as a guide to quickly access the work by paper or web page.

 


 

1. Calculations Matching Experimental Data

In each of the six papers presented, the wave energy and force equations are used to calculate data and match these calculations against experimental measurements. The simplicity is that the derivations of these equations, and thus the calculated results, all originate from one constant for the electron and four universal wave constants: wave speed, wavelength, wave amplitude and density.

All of the calculations presented can be downloaded in spreadsheet and Mathcad format here.

 

Calculation Paper Web Page(s)
19 Fundamental Physical Constants –
including G, k, h, lp, me, etc.
(0.000% accuracy)
Fundamental Physical Constants
Constants overview
3 Fundamental Physical Constants –
including rp, mp/me
(~1% accuracy)
Fundamental Physical Constants
Proton radius
Proton mass

Proton-electron mass ratio
Electric Forces –
single/multiple charges over varying distances
(0.000% accuracy)
Forces 
Electric forces
Magnetic Forces-
charges over varying distances and speeds
(0.000% accuracy)
Forces 
Magnetic forces
Gravitational Forces – 
particles and large bodies over varying distances
(0.000% accuracy)
Forces 
Gravitational forces
Strong and Nuclear Forces –
at 0.85 and 1.13 femtometers
(~0.5% accuracy)
Forces  Strong force
Acceleration and Velocity – 
of planets and falling bodies at varying times
(0.00 to 0.04% accuracy)
Forces 
Planet surface gravities
Velocities of falling bodies
Particle Energies –
from neutrino to Higgs boson particles
(accuracy varies by particle)
Particle Energy and Interaction
Particle rest energies
Photon Wavelengths –
wavelengths from hydrogen orbitals
(0.00 to 0.03% accuracy)
Particle Energy and Interaction Hydrogen photon wavelengths
Photon Energies –
250+ photon ionization energies from H to Ca
(accuracy varies by atomic element)
Atomic Orbitals
Photon ionization energies
Orbital distances –
450+ orbital distances from H to Ca
(accuracy varies by atomic element)
Atomic Orbitals Neutral and ionized element orbital distances

Table 1 – Calculations Matching Experimental Data

 


 

2. Derivations of Existing Equations

The following is the fundamental energy wave equation that was used to derive the major energy and force equations found in Table 2.

Fundamental Energy equation

Energy Wave Equation

 

A summary of the derivations is found on this web site. Detailed derivations are found in the papers and can be downloaded here.

 

Derivation Paper Web Page(s)
Mass – energy equivalence (E=mc2) Key Physics Equations and Experiments  E=mc2
Energy – momentum equivalence (E=pc) Key Physics Equations and Experiments  E=pc
Planck relation (E=hf) Key Physics Equations and Experiments  E=hf
Newton’s second law of motion (F=ma) Key Physics Equations and Experiments  F=ma
Universal law of gravitation (F=Gmm/r2) Key Physics Equations and Experiments  F=Gmm/r2
Coulomb’s law (F=kqq/r2) Key Physics Equations and Experiments  F=kqq/r2
Relativity Key Physics Equations and Experiments  Relativity

Table 2 – Derivations of Existing Equations

 


 

3. Explanations of Experiments & Observations

With a new theory based on wave energy, some of the mysteries in the subatomic world have reasonable explanations.  However, one of the first experiments to explain is the Michelson-Morley experiment, as the aether that was disregarded by the experiment is essential for any theory based on wave energy.  One proposal is that the experiment, and others that followed, failed to consider length contraction in the apparatus.

Other experiments listed in Table 3 have explanations that simplify today’s understanding of particles, especially ones that led to the quantum revolution. When removing quantum explanations, and using wave principles and equations, the behavior of electrons can be explained and calculated with classical mechanics.

Some of the explanations are easier described using animation. A presentation with animations can be download here.

 

 

Explanation Paper Web Page(s)
Aether (Michelson-Morley experiment) Key Physics Equations and Experiments Aether
Particle formation and decay Key Physics Equations and Experiments Particles
Photon interactions (photoelectric effect, etc) Photons Photon interactions
Proton structure (pentaquark and confinement) Fundamental Physical Constants Proton
Weak force (beta decay) Forces Weak force
Particle spin (magnetism and gravity) Forces Forces overview
Periodic Table of Elements sequence Atomic Orbitals Atomic nucleus
Orbital distances Atomic Orbitals Orbital distances
Orbital shapes Atomic Orbitals Orbital shapes
Annihilation and pair production Particle Energy and Interaction Photon interactions

Table 3 – Explanations of Experiments and Observations

 


 

Suggested Experiments

There is sufficient evidence to unify energy equations and forces into a classical structure based on energy waves.  The approach is considerably different than modern day quantum physics, and requires rolling back more than a century of the aether being disregarded.  Once the aether is reconsidered, a medium in space with a density that matches the calculations from energy wave theory can be introduced.  Once a medium exists, longitudinal waves that travel the universe may exist, as it was calculated to be the reason for particle mass, electromagnetism and the cause of gravity.  However, none of this can exist, without the aether.

A good theory should also propose new experiments for validity – preferably to address unresolved problems in physics. The following are suggested experiments raised by this theory that could provide validation:

  • If the aether does truly exist, then the Michelson-Morley experiment may be run again considering length contraction, to determine if there is indeed an aether wind.  It should match the density property calculated in these papers.
  • If the neutrino is the fundamental particle… the rest mass is likely around 2.39 eV.
  • If leptons are the same geometry as stable atomic elements… a neutrino at K=2 should be found around 110 eV.
  • If the electron is not a fundamental particle… then neutrinos should show up in high-energy electron collisions.
  • If the proton is a pentaquark… then four quarks and an anti-quark should appear with more frequency in high-energy proton collisions (as opposed to three quarks).
  • If the weak force is the probability of solar neutrinos colliding with a free neutron… then neutron decay times will be longer for experiments further from the Sun (relative to Earth).
  • If the complex orbital configurations for elements beyond calcium can be computer modeled using the same classical equations found here… then all of the ionization energies for any atom should be correctly calculated or predicted.