I know and that's your problem. You have 'gotta work with what I have at the moment', which is limited compared to someone like myself who has plenty of time and access to resources to do physics. So if you know you have a limited amount of time and resources to devote to learning physics why do you think you have such amazing insight into it? Why are you so determined to tell people who have spent decades doing the photon experiments I've mentioned that they're wrong? If you know that due to a lack of time and knowledge you have a flawed grasp of mainstream physics why are you so damn sure that you're right and mainstream physics is wrong? It seems odd to me you can be so opinionated yet at the same time get arsey because you admit to having not got as much time to devote to physics? Why make claims about the de Broglie wavelength, relativity and quantum mechanics when you haven't learnt much about them and you're unsure of the specifics of the equations involved? Just because you don't have to be competant doesn't mean you have to be deliberately ignorant and jump to conclusions about areas of physics you know little or nothing about. I don't have to know much about tax law but I wouldn't argue with a judge about it if I ended up in court. So why do you argue about things you don't have time to know about with people who do? Please list chapter titles then.