Chapter Summaries

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Wave Theory
This chapter provides a general explanation as to how one can observe through nature the thought that one matter provides everything. It also describes the wave structure of nature formations.

Chapter 2 - Wave Theory and Photons
Here I explain the primary behaviour of energetic matter, based on the premise that the photon behaves as both a wave and a particle. Additionally, I discuss how nature built wave formations. There cannot be a more ingenious creation, and I would have never reached a solution if I didn't try to tie together all the past research, including astronomical observations.

I do not believe that via any equations, even with our most brilliant thoughts, we could have reached what nature has created. This formation is clearly evident in all the structures that we observed. All it takes is our patient efforts to read and understand them.

Chapter 3 - Wave Theory and Quarks
Quarks are fragments produced by wave destructions. They are seen very clearly in bubble chambers, and wave theory explains this.

Chapter 4 - Wave Theory and Atoms
Wave theory explains very clearly the structure of atoms and all forces that act both inside and outside the atom. It is brilliantly structured and very sophisticated. To reveal all of its secrets will require years of research. Wave theory navigates the way for researchers to continue to make progress in this field.

Chapter 5 - Wave Theory and the Electron
Astronomical observations show us, to an extent, the energetic formations created by wave formations. However, the atomic structure is more complicated and requires further investigation.

Chapter 6 - Wave Theory and Electricity
Energetic matter is the source of electricity. This paragraph describes this concept.

Chapter 7 - Wave Theory and Magnetism
It was Einstein’s dream to unite all natural formations into one entity. Wave theory describes this as one natural entity in a very simple fashion .

Chapter 8 - Wave Theory and Time, Space and Energy
This chapter explains all the related debates that are being carried out in the various scientific forums. Wave Theory describes this very sophisticated issue in an understandable manner.

Chapter 9 - Wave Theory and the Universe
Wave Theory describes our universe's structure and behaviour - its beginning and end. Energetic spaces always exist and provide a constant source for new life cycles. Wave theory is not the final theory; energetic space requires much more research.

Wave theory has a somewhat different approach to gravity, but doesn't contradict any work or theory that was raised to this point.

Chapter 10 - Wave Theory and Life
Energetic matter is a lively, active, dynamic, mercurial, and bubbling matter. Thus, it is no wonder that it constantly creates living formations.