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Wave Theory approaches time in a strikingly unique manner, but does not necessarily contradict the outlooks posited by the major theories. My notion of time is based on the premise that time and space are produced wherever energetic matter appears and that these three entities only exist within the structure of the wave formation. In other words, energy, time, and space are entities in their own right and not merely units of measurement.

Albert Einstein — by dint of his ingenious intuition — introduced time as the fourth dimension. However, Wave Theory claims that time cannot exist on its own, and therefore Einstein's additional dimension must be comprised of time, energy, and space. None of the three components can exist without the other two. Furthermore, the existence of time is entirely dependent on the occurrence of an event, as without the presence of an energetic activity, time is useless. Energetic activity must similarly occur within the realm of a particular area (space) and time.

The entire notion that energy, time, and space are veritable entities derives from none other than Einstein's famous equation:

e = mc2

I tinkered around with this equation before finally arriving at the obvious variation:

m = e/c2

This version clearly proves that matter is virtual, since the building blocks of matter — energy, space, and time — are intangible. Many observations of natural phenomena have subsequently bolstered this idea (see Gravitation). As a result of these findings, I introduced the wave formation as an alignment within which energetic matter can function in the manifold ways that are evident throughout the natural world and universe. These observations show that energetic matter moves like a propeller, advancing forward in a swirling, coil-like motion. The forward and swirling movements are aligned in a constant state of superposition (a concept developed by Erwin Schrödinger).

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