I'm not making anything up. As for that century of mathematics and experiment, it's the Schrodinger wave equation. The Dirac equation is a relativistic wave equation. E=mc² is not in doubt, and nor is a radiating body loses mass. Pair production is a totally legit experiment, so is electron diffraction, and atomic orbitals where electrons exist as standing waves, and the Einstein-de Haas effect, and and electron-positron annihilation to gamma photons. The wave nature of matter is not in doubt. The wave nature of the electron is not in doubt. And that wave isn't going thataway → at c, now is it? What's "almost medical" is that despite all the above, somebody will now jump into the conversation and tell you the electron is a point-particle. Groan.