About the EWT Project 

This site is intended for those that are open to discussing alternative models to explain the universe and the subatomic particles that govern everything we see.  It is the hope of the project that a better understanding of energy will help find new solutions for our planet as fossil fuels continue to deplete.

The Energy Wave Theory (EWT) project is an attempt to :

  • simplify particles to one fundamental particle
  • simplify forces to one principal cause of motion
  • simplify units to three measurable quantities: kilograms, meters, seconds

All theoretical work in EWT must be proven in math and match existing data and experiments. The equations, calculations and results available on this web site are also available as downloads to be expanded upon by members of the project.

Using the EWT model, a computer simulation is proposed to model the behavior of particles, atoms and molecules using only classical physics. 

At first glance, the wave structure of matter is weird. It’s counterintuitive to our way of thinking about matter. We think about matter as discrete parts, not waves. But think about how we perceive this matter. We see it, hear it, or touch it. When we see it, our eyes are interpreting matter from light waves. When we hear it, our ears are interpreting matter from sound waves. When we touch it, our hands are being repelled by the electromagnetic waves of the matter. We don’t actually touch it. It’s incredibly close, but at a microscopic level, electrons are repelling before they actually touch. Our sense of everything is based on waves. Maybe matter really is waves…

Jeff Yee
from the Particles of the Universe

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There are many works that have contributed to the development of EWT. Some of the notable explorers are:

Dr. Milo Wolff

Dr. Wolff’s paper Beyond the Point Particle – A Wave Structure for the Electron provides the framework for Wave Structure Matter, defined as standing waves of energy. More info at Space and Motion.

Gabriel LaFreniere

LaFreniere’s expansion on electron waves, including many of the visuals on this site, are extraordinary. His concepts relating it to matter and forces we experience in nature is the reason this web site exists. More info on his site at Matter is Made of Waves.

Xavier Borg

Borg’s work on gravity and the tetrahedral structures of atoms have been incorporated into this theory. More info on his site at Blaze Labs.

Robert Distinti

Distinti’s work on New Induction and New Magnetism, including the new equations for modeling such forces, are the foundation that tie wave constants in EWT to classical constants used in physics.  More information can be found on Distinti’s YouTube channel.

Lori Gardi

Gardi’s method for unit analysis contributed to EWT’s simplification of SI units to only kilograms, meters and seconds. In addition, Gardi helped to co-author papers tying wave constants and classical physics constants together. More information on Gardi’s work and fractal geometries can be found on her YouTube channel.

Oyvind Liberg

Liberg’s review of EWT papers and corrections have been instrumental, in addition to his numerous ideas and solutions for an aether-based universe.

Terrence Howard

Terrence Howard’s geometry of tetrahedral structures are likely nature repeating itself from particle and atomic nuclei formation. A 3D visualization program can be found here

Chris Seely

Chris Seely’s 3D animation work of particles and forces have allowed aether theories to be tested and visualized.  

Heinz-Dieter Hauger

Hauger’s insight on photons has led to a better understanding of their creation and absorption as transverse waves. And his work on spacetime and its medium (granules) has been invaluable to the modeling of particles and their forces.


Other people, groups and organizations in related theories and concepts: