This is the reason that I suspect why Ashley decides to post his scientific findings here and not on a more appropriate physics forum where he can get the responses he expects. Ashley has already ''earned'' people's respect and acceptance on this forum, he has many posts and is an old member and many people here appreciate him as seen in his ''Farewell to the Forum'' thread. If he were to start a new account on another forum he would have to start all over to ''develop street cred'' and have his posts being taken seriously. Yes, his posts about anxiety are really helpful (they helped me and i'm sure they helped many others who struggle with anxiety), but the scientific stuff is just a waste of pixels here. Now, I have yet to gain people's respect here, I'm usually just brushed off to the side. Not only was I not mentioned in Onceler's list (I post here often too ), a couple of months ago, people here have even told me to leave this forum when I didn't want to. I feel the love.
I suspect those illustrations of spherical oscillating standing waves haven't been to everyone's taste (including yours), and they may have been a catalyst for some of the angst leveled towards me in this thread.
I'm not the originator of the wave structure of matter theory and have never claimed to be. Dr Milo Wolff was the first person to come up with the theory. => http://www.quantummatter.com
However, I'm not sure if others realize how central the particle/wave paradox is to the Consciousness debate. Some people think I'm a materialist because I use scientific principles in my posting. But based on the fact I'm supporting theories like the wave structure of matter, I'm more an energist than a materialist. and a wave structure of matter theory gives more support/weight to the primary consciousness principle than a particle theory of matter does.
I also want to say, my postings are not hardcore science.... far from it. If I made them any more unscientific they wouldn't even pass for science. The level of science I'm posting here is no more than around high school science level... or the introductory science level.
The reason I've posted the illustrations of spherical standing waves of electrons is so someone with out a background in science can see how reality might overcome the particle/wave paradox of matter.... Or subject/object split.