I am more looking for the deterministic classical part of the field, without the non-deterministic part of the changes of the direction of the spin, though i have to keep an eye on the probabilistic implications. But it is a good question. It will be an extremely complex process to find the unified wave equation. Though i studied in Physics at University over twenty years ago, i am an Electrical engineer and i can't afford this painful process without some help. I consider myself a conceptual part time physicist [

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There is many circumstantial proofs that the charge rotates at the speed of light.

My first assumption is that everything is made of light and particles are made out of photons. The end of all decays is the photon. My second assumption is that there is a deterministic model underlying the probabilistic interpretation of QM, at least for the dimensions of the purely "material" world.

The magnetic moment of the electron using the compton wavelength indicates a rotation size in agreement with many experiments. Meaning the charge has a speed of C.

The Compton wavelength is used in the QM wave models of massive particles.

The spin has fixed values that represent an inertial angular momentum with a probability distribution for its direction. If you look at it in a relativistic point of view, what can possibly produce a fixed (quantized) inertial angular momentum? Something propagating at the speed of light with no mass, no inertia (superfluid?)... The charge...

I have made an extensive research on the net.

If you look only at the basic verified properties of particles, discarding the purely theoretical, and you forget the artificial separations of the standard model due to the lack of knowledge about the Strong Force, you find that the elementary massive particles are all a rotating charge with a spin of 1/2. Electron, muon, Tau and quarks. Bosons are a special case because my theory denied the Higgs. Of what i understand, if there is no Higgs, the actual models of W and Z bosons are not correct.

To be continued later, feel free to comment everyone.