Light is both a particle and a wave.
An insight is a piece of the whole, a particle of light.
Insights, however, move in waves in all directions.
There is no linear pathway to truth.
It wasn’t until I became more familiar with the basic principles of quantum physics that I was able to approach a more unified understanding of the material being worked on.
I went to the library and checked out three or four of the most readable books on quantum physics available. As I was reading about the uncertainty principle and wave particle theory, various aspects of the material I’d been working on began to fall into place. My grasp of quantum physics remains elemental. However, the introduction to its basic principles allowed me to grasp the concepts I was seeing. Continue reading