HI, is wave behaviour on a two dimensional field or in a multidimensional field in space?? i am currently conducting a study whether the object producing the wave is actually spinning and the resultant disturbance on the field it is residing causes the field to respond to the objects movement. current visualizations of a wave is displayed as travelling in an "up-down movement" but can it be also viewed as a plane of dissection of a rotating field that radiates from an object and is in horizontal to the front of the observer? assuming that the observer is only witnessing one facet of the field's rotation? i am visualizing that in space, when an object placed a disturbance in a field (light, magnetism, gravity) the field reacts to the object by creating a spinning pattern radiating from an object to all directions in space, though in the illustration i am only presenting the rotating field that is radiating sideways in relation to the observer. thus the wave that observer actually sees is only the observed dissecting 2d plane in a 3d field. it seems logical that the wave in order to propagate in all directions properly must be spheroid, since must allocate other "spin projections " coming from the object instantaneously. so why does this field spin? is it that the very "threads / strings" also have inherent spin that only moves in resonation to the object that causes the disturbance? if there is any healthy discussion please let me know so taht i can learn further from this. i cant do it alone you know. hihihi!