Particles of the Universe

The work of Jeff Yee has not been reviewed, as such, this page is a placeholder of information for future reference. However, the following quote is taken from the energy wave theory website such that it might give an initial indication of the scope of the ideas.

This site is dedicated to a new theory on energy – titled Energy Wave Theory – that requires a fresh new look on physics, based on the wave structure of matter. The argument that is presented in summary on this site, and detailed in papers linked from this site, is that there is more than a century of physicists misled by the belief that waves cannot travel through a medium in space. This wrong assumption, based on an 1887 experiment to detect a medium known as the aether, has led to inaccurate explanations of subatomic particle experiments. Energy Wave Theory begins with simple assumptions that matter and light are based on waves, but they have different wave types known as longitudinal and transverse waves. Forces like electromagnetism, gravity and the nuclear force that holds atoms together are unified into one force with a difference in wave type and amplitude.

As far as known, Jeff Yee is not a professional physicist. However, he has published a number of papers and a book, which initially appear to be based on the work of Milo Wolff in the form of the WSM model. In the WSM model, Wolff forwards the idea that the electron is a standing wave of energy, but provides no obvious explanation for other particles found in the standard model, e.g. the neutrino and other leptons. Yee argues that if there is a fundamental particle responsible for wave generation, and for creating all other particles in the standard model, the likeliest candidate would be the smallest and lightest particle – the neutrino. In his work, Yee details an equation, which he claims identifies the sequence and calculation for the mass of the six leptons in the standard model. The following papers are presented as a source of initial information.