Deterministic mechanism for physicality has six simple rules
A point event where two waves, from at least two different bosons, have phase value −b (are in conserved phase).
How mass-energy acts as a phase operator, or field term, on the waves of other overlapping bosons
Our interpretation of what degeneracy pressure is, and how to overcome it.
The statistical effect that a massive body has on wave collapse.
The interpretations of the displacement of successive collapse (source) positions for a boson