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Similarity between Wave Structure of Matter and Quantum Ring Theory

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The Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) is proposed by Dr. Milo Wolff, a theorists retired from MIT.

Wolff’s theory has an interesting similarity with Guglinski’s Quantum Ring Theory (QRT), as shown herein

How is matter ‘particles’, constructed of waves ?

In the most recent paper(1) written with the partnership of Dr Geoff Haselhurst, Milo Wolff responds the question on how matter is constructed of waves:

Answering this question requires a change of concept from a discrete material, like a grain of sand, to a wave structure in space. The physics and math are very simple but the main task is to change old ideas embedded in our minds.

Matter is a wave structure propagated in a quantum space medium. Figure 1. There are two solutions of the wave equation: an inward moving spherical wave that rotates spherically [Reference 9] at the waves center, producing spin h/4? to become an outward spherical wave. The wave center is the apparent location of the electron/positron formed by pairs of the wave solutions. See Wolff [10-13]. This structure satisfies experimental observation and displays a beautiful tapestry of the universe that connects matter, the cosmos and ourselves. [Wolff 14, 15].

This Spherical Standing Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) applies to cosmology, the big bang, the red shift, and the structure of the universe. On the practical side, the WSM improves devices in nanotechnology, computers, and micro circuits and may in the future, apply to biology and the transmission of electric energy.

The fields Sp(e) & Sn(e) of Quantum Ring Theory

QRT proposes a model of electron where the rotation of electron’s body ring induces a principal field Sp(e). The spin of the field Sp(e) induces a secondary field Sn(e).

The field Sp(e) is shown in the figure:


The secondary field Sn(e) surrounding the principal field Sp(e) is shown in the figure:


Explanation of nuclear properties

In the book Quantum Ring Theory it’s shown that by considering the fields Sn(p) & Sp(p) of a proton it’s possible to explain nuclear properties that cannot be explained by current Nuclear Physics, as for instance why two neutrons do not agglutinate to perform a dineutron, since the Heisenberg’s concept of isospin is unable to explain the cause why the dineutron does not exist in Nature

QRT also shows that from the two fields Sn(p) & Sp(p) we calculate the binding energies of lightest nuclei, something that it’s impossible from the nuclear models of current Nuclear Physics.

Sn(e) is a wave of aether

The Telesio Galilei Academy of Science promotes the publication in 2009 of the Guglinski’s book The Missed U-Turn , the duel Heisenberg versus Schrödinger, where the wave nature of the secondary field Sn(e) is explained as follows:

The proton’s secondary Sn(p) field actually is not a field of the proton. Instead of belonging to the proton, it actually belongs to the aether that composes the whole Universe involving the proton. In another words, the secondary Sn(p) field is a disturbance of the Universe that surrounds the proton’s principal Sp(p) field. Obviously the same we may say on the electron’s Sn(e) secondary field.

Therefore the Sn(p) secondary field is not something that belongs to the proton and is dragged by the proton’s motion along its displacement in the Universe. The Sn(p) field is a disturbance of the aether that is transmitted along the proton’s motion, like waves of the water when a ship crosses the surface of a sea.

The Sn(p) field belongs to the aether that fulfils the Universe, and it is the intermediary way of interaction between the proton’s Sp(p) principal field and the rest of the Universe.

As said, the electron’s Sn(e) secondary field and the proton’s Sn(p) secondary field are responsible for the Coulombic attraction between them.

As the secondary fields Sn(e) and Sn(p) belong to the aether of the Universe, of course they do not gyrate (do not spinate). Unlike, the principal fields Sp(e) and Sp(p) gyrate, and just such rotation induces that disturbance of the aether, which takes the form of the secondary field Sn(e). That is, the secondary fields Sn(e) and Sn(p) are induced by their principal fields Sp(e) and Sp(p).

Other successful proposals of WSM

In this article Milo Wolff shows that WSM eliminates several paradoxes created by theories that consider matter as particle. He writes in the article:

''In years before 1990 the ‘particle’ attempts became increasingly bizarre: Multiple universes, microscopic strings, tiny tops, quarks, we live in a black hole, or a white hole, a universe made of worm-holes, the big-bang, and so onand on. Any incredible scheme, with any number of dimensions seemed to be a valid model of matter, provided the algebra was correct and it did not violate the conservation of energy. Many predicted that the solution to the deep puzzles would be strange.

''It is philosophically sobering that spherical rotation is a property of only 3D space, not 2D, 4D, or other space. Thus, proposals that postulate 5D, 10D, 11 D space, etc. are patently invalid they cannot describe real matter with spin. Further, if spherical rotation did not exist, we and our Earth – all matter in the atomic table could not exist.


As WSM and QRT propose a similar structure of matter, so WSM reinforces the model of fermion proposed in QRT. And so the several successful applications of WSM can be shared by the proposals of QRT.

See also

Quantum Ring Theory

Antigravity within the photon

Repulsive gravity within the hydrogen atom


1- Milo Wolff, Geoff Haselhurst, The Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) and the origin of the Natural Laws, Frontier Perspectives, V. 16 , No. 2 – 2008.