**Two Quantum physics** A quantum mechanics probability wave (1913) cannot be used to describe the wave effects of light since a probability wave is not a wave structure. A wave structure is formed by the motion of a medium composed of matter. Feynman (1950) quantum electrodynamics (QED) uses Maxwell electromagnetic radiation (Feynman, intro) to describe a QED particle structure of light but the ether, composed of matter, that forms Maxwell electromagnetic radiation does not physically exist which is experimental proof that QED is physically invalid. |