Three of the fundamental equations of quantum physics are: E=mc2, w=P/mv, and E=Pf, where E=energy, m=mass, c=the velocity of light, w=wavelength, f=frequency, v=velocity, and P=Planck’s constant (Smolin, Einstein’s Unfinished Revolution). If the first two equations are solved for mass then equated, with substitution and canceling such that the absolute minimum of variables remain, the simplest … Continue reading The Anatomy of a Wave, Acceleration Density, and a Theoretical Synthesis