First, feel free to say to me what you think about the wave energy density hypothesis. Let me know what kind of fool I am to think particles have inflowing and out flowing wave energy components, or that they are even composed of wave energy at all. Tell me that I can't be right because there is no evidence of gravitational waves as tiny as at the particle level. Tell me that the rare ripples in spacetime when black holes collide aren't anything like the gravitational waves I imagine are flowing to and from particles and objects. Tell me I have the geometry all wrong. Say why you are astonished that I would think lightwaves and gravitational waves are filling all space to the extent that every point as wave energy density. Tell me that considering the CMBR as a characteristic of a multiple Big Bang universe is way too far fetched. I know there is an independent thinker out there who isn't afraid of the "dark side", as some people call AltTheory. Or if you want, just debunk the idea even if it can't be easily falsified. I mean, say why "it isn't even wrong". Come on, be a friend, be a teacher, be a helper, be a critic, or be the JUDGE. [humor]... and don't get mad if I ignore you, lol [/humor] Have some Friday Night Fun.