In our first-principles quantum gravity theory, which we call emergence theory, there is no wave/particle duality (just like there is none in the pilot wave model). The particle is BOTH a wave and a particle at the same time.
We are attempting to deal with the need for Lorentz invariance and the measurement of the uniform speed of light in a radically different manner than Einstein and the rest of the physics community.
Furthermore, we have a not-so-radically different view of quantum mechanics.
Only about 60% of physicists surveyed agree with the Copenhagen interpretation. This is the view attached to the philosophical/ontological conjecture of wave particle duality and superposition.
The second most popular view is the …