Concord, ON, Canada
On the wave structure of energy:
Fundamental differences between de Broglie's theory of matter-waves
and the aetherometric theory of wave superimposition
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in January 2003. 20 pages.
Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 4
Price: US $20 ($16 ISFA)
Part of the present-day derangement concerning the duality of particles and waves stems from epistemological errors that are intrinsic to either the classical or the relativistic treatments of de Broglie's theory of matter-waves, linear velocity and inertial momentum. To this day, these errors have adversely impacted any dynamic account of wave functions in the treatment of mass-energy and kinetic energy. In the present communication, the Correas analyze the fundamental errors in de Broglie's theory and propose an alternative model for the wave functions of very different energy forms, some massbound and others massfree - electrokinetic energy, thermokinetic energy, electromagnetic energy, mass-energy and ambipolar massfree energy.