Hi, This paper- http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0609163 - suggests (on p4) that the term 'wave-particle duality' is an incorrect description of the phenomenon, but then goes into a bit of heavy maths to describe the realities of it, so I'm left a little confused. Is my understanding correct when I say that the term 'duality' incorrectly suggests that a particle is also a wave, - ie. suggesting that a particle and a wave are two separate things in their own right - when actually neither is entirely correct and a particle by its very nature *is* a wave in the sense that it spreads out and does't actually act like a particle in the classic 'solid object in an specific position in space' kind of way? Seems like a useful paper to clarify some misconceptions. Thanks.