This wave is an electron.

Our world is solely made out of electrons.


We must admit to the obvious:


This site is exhaustive enough so far and it is updated regularly. Because I have been putting up with general indifference for more than six years, I must pursue research alone. It would be much easier as a team, with specialists in waves, magnetic fields, nuclear physics, etc. It would also be good to verify mechanical effects on standing waves through laboratory experiments.

The quark subject being under study, I will certainly, one day, succeed in writing a passably good description of protons and neutrons. I might be on the verge of making a surprising discovery that would have eluded scientists. But for now, it seems that all the properties of matter have already been discovered and recorded.

These ideas originated years ago.

For the most part, the ideas contained in these pages have existed well before the year 2000. It is mainly because of supposed photons that it took so long to bear fruit. The efforts needed to escape such a swamp are unimaginable. Those photons were incompatible with the theory, which was named the Theory of Absolute to counter the theory of Relativity. In a certain measure, it is Lorentz's unfinished and unwritten theory. These ideas are of course protected by copyright :

La théorie de l'Absolu, © Luc Lafrenière, may 2000

La matière est faite d'ondes, © Gabriel Lafrenière, june 2002.

In conclusion.

It is obviously a major discovery. We could have feared a resulting Apocalypse, for example some kind of "gravity bomb". But not at all. Fire will still burn the same way it always has.

Anyone knowledgeable in standing waves could rapidly reach the same conclusions. The wave forming the electron turned out to be surprisingly simple. Starting from there, everything falls into place. Everything can be explained. There are never any anomalies. Never any exceptions. Complex equations are not necessary, and Euclid's geometry is sufficient. We are very far from the decidedly weird ideas of General Relativity.

It is possible that I am mistaken. On your part, if your intelligence allows you to doubt all this, it also demands you verify it. I would challenge you to firstly examine my Time Scanner, which is certainly the best tool in order to understand well the Doppler effect, then the Lorentz transformations, and finally, Relativity. If you still do not admit that this device is fantastic, forget about all the rest.

You cannot rightfully reject this hypothesis without having first studied it. You cannot rightfully pontificate on the unknown from the height of your university studies or overly vast experience.

Let me remind you that most phenomena mentioned here are as yet unexplained. So you should look for plausible hypotheses, and in my judgment this one is especially interesting because it is simple. 

Imagine: just electrons!




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Bois-des-Filion in Québec.

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La théorie de l'Absolu (The theory of Absolute), © Luc Lafrenière, May 2000.

La matière est faite d'ondes (Matter is made of waves), © Gabriel Lafrenière, June 2002.


01  Home page  Matter is made of waves.

02  The electron

03  Plane standing waves

04  Spherical standing waves

05  The Doppler effect

06  The aether

07  The Michelson interferometer

08  The Lorentz transformations

09  The Time Scanner

10  Relativity

11  Relativity page 2

12  The electron phase shift

13  The wave mechanics

14  Electrostatic fields

15  Nuclear forces

16  Active and reactive mass

17  Kinetic energy

18  Fields of force

19  The fields of force dynamics

20  Magnetic fields

21  Gravity

22  Light

23  Quarks

24  Protons

25  Atoms

26  Chemistry

27  The wave theory

28  The wave theory postulates

29  Darwin's theory of evolution revisited

30  Errors to correct

31  Proofs and experiences

32  The Huygens Principle

33  Conclusion