Particle Physics Explained.

How can a subatomic particle behave as both a particle and as a wave? It is partially correct to note that there are no particles and that there are only fields (Art Hobson, April 2012; American Journal of Physics 81(3). DOI:10.1119/1.4789885.) It is even more wholly correct to note that 'there is only oneself partnering with itself so not to be by itself', and that 'the fundamental purpose of self* is companionship otherwise known as love. (* life; the meaning/purpose of life)'
~ Wald Wassermann