- Dr. Quantum’s introduction to the weirdness of a double slit experiment. (5 min video)
- The idea that Dr. Quantum didn’t think of: my answer to Dr. Quantum (7 min video).
- Theory of Elementary Waves: Little’s first published statement of TEW — a scholarly article from
*Physics Essays*, 1996. - Little’s talk at Jet Propulsion Lab, 2000
- Lewis E. Little’s book,
*Theory of Elementary Waves*, 2009. - Check out the following technical journal articles by me:J. H. Boyd, “A paradigm shift in mathematical physics, Part 1: The Theory of Elementary Waves (TEW),”
*Journal of Advances in Mathematics,*2015“A paradigm shift in mathematical physics, Part 2: A new local realism explains Bell test & other experiments,”*Journal of Advances in Mathematics,*2015.“A paradigm shift in mathematical physics, Part 3: A mirror image of Feynman’s quantum electrodynamics (QED),”

*Journal of Advances in Mathematics,*2015.“A paradigm shift in mathematical physics, Part 4: Quantum computers and the local realism of all 4 Bell states”

*Journal of Advances in Mathematics*, 2015.“The Theory of Elementary Waves eliminates Wave Particle Duality,”

*Journal of Advances in Physics,*2015.“A new variety of local realism explains a Bell test experiment: the Theory of Elementary Waves (TEW) with no hidden variables,”

*Journal of Advances in Physics,*2015.“A proposed physical analog of a quantum amplitude: Corkscrew model from the Theory of Elementary Waves (TEW)”

*Journal of Advances in Physics,*2015.“Re-thinking Alain Aspect’s 1982 Bell test experiment with delayed choice,”

*Physics Essays*, 2013.“Re-thinking a delayed choice quantum eraser experiment: a simple baseball model,”

*Physics Essays*, 2013.J. H. Boyd, “Rethinking a Wheeler delayed choice gedanken experiment,”

*Physics Essays,*2012.