What is -I-? What gives you your (-I-) identity, what makes you, you? Consciousness or awareness are functions of an evolved life, no one can deny the fact that consciousness exists; we all experience it directly, even a simple life such as a bacterium can be "aware" of heat, a plant can be "aware" of light etc. So the assumption has been (-I-) Identity is consciousness or awareness, but I see this as incorrect, I see these as being what is developed on an identity through the process of evolution. -I- is just being alive regardless of its stage of evolution, or even without evolution, without consciousness or awareness altogether. Yet –I- is a real thing and has to be somewhere (singular existence), but the same –I-, at the same time, I speculate could exist somewhere else as well (multiple existence). It is a voice or just a vibration (“string?”) depending on its stage of its evolution if any. It is binary in nature, vibrating high or low, expanding or contracting, loving or hating. CORRECT… You = –I-, and an evolved conscious body. INCORRECT… You = A conscious, and a body. Hypothetically- I put you on an operating table and split you down the middle, are you the left you or the right you? If I could re-grow the two bodies into whole human beings again are you then just twins or clones, or are you both the same –I- now in separate bodies? i.e. One –I- in two evolved conscious bodies. What this suggests about humanity We are all the same person, the same –I- that is. Throughout evolution our genes are naturally selected and many different forms are derived. These genes give us form and living and experiencing life gives us individual personalities on this, our common identity. My Theory There is only one identity in the universe. Wave–particle duality From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In physics and chemistry, wave-particle duality is a conceptualization that all objects in our universe exhibit properties of both waves and of particles. A central concept of quantum mechanics, duality addresses the inadequacy of conventional concepts like "particle" and "wave" to fully describe the behaviour of quantum objects. The idea of duality is rooted in a debate over the nature of light and matter dating back to the 1600s, when competing theories of light were proposed by Christiaan Huygens and Isaac Newton. Through the work of Albert Einstein, Louis de Broglie and many others, current scientific theory holds that all objects have both wave and particle nature (though this phenomenon is only detectable on small scales, such as with atoms), and that a suitable interpretation of quantum mechanics provides the over-arching theory resolving this ostensible paradox. ************************************************************************ I am not a physicist, I have been a fulltime firefighter for the past fifteen years so forgive me if I have misunderstood these theories, (I read them as carefully as I could) but does this not explain or just simply fit the hypothesis if you start with this theory of mine? Example Applying the theory to duality I propose that waves are (-I-), i.e. identity shared by all matter everywhere. If an identity (such as you) measures or defines its own identity (nothing to do with consciousness) then it is seen or acts in only one place and behaves as a particle. Sometimes it is best to step back from the equations and observe what is really happening.