I understand and agree that an electron is only a name for a continuous wave that has collapsed because of an observation or other perturbation. Where observations may be made with electric fields, magnetic fields, or both which cause the collapse the continuous wave. But what I don’t understand is when two high energy electron waves collide and produce energy and other subatomic particles. Specifically: 1. What is the mechanics of two high energy waves colliding to produce energy? 2. What is the mechanics of two high energy waves degenerating to produce other subatomic particles which themselves are continuous waves? 3. How is there a conservation of energy/mass when you’re dealing with waves? 4. How do you get mass/momentum out of a continuous wave?