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emergence theory: the Particle is both a wave and a particle at the same time

Our program at Quantum Gravity Research is, in some sense, a modern code theoretic and discretized analogue of the original Bohm model. And, unlike his model, we have the important advantage of being able to recover gauge symmetry equations under transformative mappings
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 …

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