Tsunami: a long, high sea wave caused by an earthquake or other disturbance. More often than not, there are hundreds if not thousands of miles between the disturbance causing the tsunami and the shores that the high sea wave hits, washing them in tons and tons of water.

Here’s a little question: where from comes the water hitting the shores?, from thousands of miles away?, from where the disturbance is?, or from what the eyes can see at the beach?

Let’s find something out about scalar waves, solitons and, well, electrons — or the theoretical concept of the ‘electron.’

You have more power than you know. At your fingertips.

Photo by Zach Ahmajani on Unsplash

And because I’m still a mature model, there you go.


Credits: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soliton


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