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You get down into the composition of the fields, which to me is known only to the extent that we know how a magnetic field action creates an electric field action etc.
Is it possible that a dot wave might be a point in space where electric and magnetic amplitude are the maximum that space can support and that dot is surrounded by a wave of electric and magnetic amplitude that diminishes as the inverse square of distance away from the dot? 
This is close to how I see a quantum of energy, except two dots are needed to complete the wave cycle.
Yes. My single dot does not have the property of mass. It takes a plus dot and a minus dot to produce a mass dot. A single dot has energy
Quote from: jerrygg38Yes. My single dot does not have the property of mass. It takes a plus dot and a minus dot to produce a mass dot. A single dot has energyThat looks kinda like a photon. T2 and T5 are connected to the dots; the hash marks front to back are the waves.
Have you thought about the composition of the dot of your dot-wave. Is it possible that it might be a saturated point where electric and magnetic amplitude is the maximum that it can ever be in space?