'Wave Structure of Matter'
Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) is the idea that matter is a purely wave phenomenon and can be understood as spherical standing waves and is therefore made of the same stuff as light. It is suggested that all pages/articles to do with WSM are named with Wsm followed by whatever it is about beginning with a capital, see list below.
Getting started on Wiki WSM
- Bookmark this page so that you can start here in future.
- Have a look at HomePage to learn about this Wiki site.
- TourOfWikiWorld to learn more about what WE are thinking. Take a tour| rule.
- Visit the classroom|, NewbieHelp or SandBox to learn more on making and editing your own WikiWorld pages.
- Click "Edit" at the bottom to change or add to a page.
- If you have already looked around, see RecentChanges for what's happening.
- First time visitors, please sign your name in RecentVisitors so the WikiWorld community can give you a friendly shout out. See WikiWiki for more info.
- TextFormattingRules explains how to make your pages format nicely.
- WARNING - when editing things it is important to press reload/refresh before making changes (if you have ever edited the page before) because most browsers use the old cache version and lose everyone elses additions to the page.
- --> From NicoBenschop (24may04): people interested to switch away from Yahoo/WSM: Sign-in please (see above instructions) for discussing an alternative place. (re wsm-2560 and wsm-2564).
- WsmMembers list of members with details and home pages etc
- WsmOverview a description of WSM
- WsmGuidelines for how to build this site and discuss things
- WsmLinks to sites of interest not on Wiki
- WsmAnimations links and descriptions of Gab's great WSM animations
- WsmExperiments list of physics experiments that are relevant to WSM
- WsmDetails is the possible alternatives and details of WSM with argument and counterargument
- VirtualClassroomWaveStructureMatter for FAQ and even inFAQ