Since particles are really better described as exponentially decreasing energy amplitudes fields in a configuration space (space-time)...how close do the max energy point of a particle and the max energy point of a antiparticle have to be before they annihilate? This critical distance between the energy peaks is determined by what? Furthermore why does a electron and positron annihilating produce two photns and not three "gummybear particles" (invented by me) with each having [MEV of postron+MEV of electron]/3 mass? Claim: the graph on y axis: number of such atoms in the universe, on the x axis: atoms of a certain proton count (increasing)...is distributed with a shape that reminds of the distribution of the exponential family. Is my claim true? If so, why? im not a physics person so please keep it light.