Our deterministic mechanism for physicality has simple rules, from which other detail emerges:

  1. Waves are bound in pairs as oscillators (bosons);
  2. Quanta propagate radially, with equivalence of phase, distance, and time, dφ=ds=dt , implying only light-speed propagation.
  3. Waves are excluded from interactions when they have the same phase and source;
  4. A boson's mass-energy is a function of its phases, ρ = b e i φ B φ A
  5. Other sources' waves are phase-modulated by ρ;
  6. Bosons collapse into a fermion where waves from two different bosons have value b at a unique point.

Fig.1: Dependency graph of the mechanism.