### Introduction

In Quantum Physics, we often hear that the wave and particle hypotheses are both equally valid. We are also taught of the “correspondence principle”, a ridiculous notion that quantum systems must converge to the “classical limit” (exhibiting only particle-like properties) when the number of particles goes to infinity.

I hate to say it but both of these premises are false.

### Primacy of Wave Hypothesis – Proof

*The Electromassive Creation Hypothesis*

We restate that by our hypothesis, the observable Universe is bounded by the unobservable Universe. The observable, or manifest Universe, is equal to a manifold distribution of electromassive spacetime events wherein the Laws of {Gravity, Uncertainty, Electricity, Entropy} apply. The unobservable, or unmanifest Universe, is equal to a distribution of unobservable mass wherein the Laws of {Gravity, Uncertainty} apply. The speed of light is constant and light energy displaces as photons in individual spherical potential waveforms called *photons*. This light energy decreases the Entropy of any system to which it becomes bound. We imagine the *information* confined to a system to represent the degree of Entropic reduction to the system as well as how much energy is now available to do work. The simplest such example of this is the chemical potential or Gibbs Free Energy. This measurable information represents the change in chemical bonding potential for particular reactions. Given a particular chemical reaction, it is always the same. Information can be stored to electromagnetic functions as well, serving as the basis for subjective living consciousness.

In short: Creation consists of manifold electric and massive quantum potential waveforms. Light energy writes information into systems. Generally, this information is localized to particular chemical & electromagnetic configurations. A (perhaps less obvious) consequence of this is that the physical qualities of a system depend on which aspects of its waveforms are coherently observable. We will see more on this later.

*The Wavelike Nature of Matter*

By the de Broglie wavelength, which states that every massive system has a natural wavelength, we are guaranteed of the wave-like nature of matter. There is no such equivalent for particle-like behaviour. That is: no equations guarantee us that matter ought to ever behave as a particle (an object possessing a well-defined shape). Moreover, matter cannot be particle-like by the measurement limit. That is: for any spacetime event, only 3 (space-like) +1(time-like) maximally independent measurements are possible. Thus claiming that any system can possess an arbitrarily well-defined volume violates the measurement limit! Sort of makes you wonder why the Standard Model of Particle Physics insists that all interactions are mediated by **particles**.

This will seem counter-intuitive because most of what we experience appears solid and would seem to have a well-defined shape! What we can say is that it is *approximately* well defined, but that upon closer inspection, we cannot know its shape precisely because we eventually get down past the size of an individual atom after which size *cannot* be well-defined.

### Conclusion

Our Universe consists of spherical electromassive waveforms. The massive force of gravity occurs *instantaneously at a distance:* creating a Universal Grand Potential Waveform (also known as the Paramacrocanonical Ensemble). (*I tend to use the former when discussing the quantum electropotential and the latter when discussing thermodynamic permutations). *Thus the Universe is primarily *wave-like* and only *approximately* particle-like within the bounds of solid or near-solid planets (a fairly narrow band, given the total range of possible manifestations).

### Afterthought: Spacetime Event Granularity

Spacetime events are manifold: occurring on multiple scales simultaneously. Each electromassive event is subject to the 3+1 measurement limit, but we model the Universe as thousandfold independent. That is: Each 1/1000th volume is approximately independent of its superset. While this is not strictly true, it is *sufficiently true* as to model the Universe with maximum precision *given this granularity.*

### How Many Dimensions is That?

Considering the orders of magnitude of the observable universe, from the electron to the size of the observable universe, we obtain the range: 10^{-18}m (upper limit of size of electron) – 10^{27}m[1](lower bound of size of Universe), giving a span of ~45 linear dimensions, or 15 volumetric dimensions. Thus by the decimal measurement limit there are:

3*15 = 45 maximally independent space-like dimensions

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orders_of_magnitude_(length)

For more examples of how exact solutions are superior to linear/matricial approximations, please see my earlier writing here.