MOS: What exactly did you say was responsible for the compression being applied to the overlap space, to momentarily contain the high density spot long enough for it to convert wave energy to mass? It is a result of the force of energy density equalization. The interior of the individual parent waves are in the process of equalizing as their expansion takes place. When that expansion is interrupted by their convergence with each other, the equalization process is interrupted at that location. That is where the momentary high energy density spot forms. In that forming higher density overlap space, equalization also begins (within it) when the spot begins to expand. In that situation, the two environments that are equalizing with each other are the interior space of the parent waves, equalizing with the interior space of the newly emerging wave, which is beginning to expand itself. Hence you have an initial compression between the parent waves applied to the high density spot at the point of intersection, due to the rate of expansion of the parent waves when they converge. MOS: So the initial compression is from the force of expansion of the parent waves at the location that their expansion is interrupted by their convergence with each other? QW: Yes.