what you have outlined here goes straight to the heart of modern physics, and the structure of the universe in general.
the wave which you have illustrated generates two distinct formations. first, a nested series of spacial structures, which i will later refer to as
"holons". second, nodes or intersections of the waveforms. what follows is a model of the universe which i have developed over the past several
years. our two models can be mapped directly onto one another, and compliment each other.
i will describe each of these formations individually...
STRUCTURES. i prefer not to refer to particles or forces directly. i use the term "holon", which is a well established term. "holon" refers to
any unified entity that is observed as part of a nested system. particles and energy states can all be termed as holons. in this model, the atom
contains nested "holon pairs", the pair being created by a separation of exactly one dimension (perpendicular to). by nature of the holon pair, each
holon is mutually exclusive to it's pair. as the pair is nested upwards, they become a single unit: a new holon on a higher dimension.
NODES: interference (or coherence) is caused by the opposing (or co-related) spin states of any pair of holons at their intersection. this creates a
rapidly vibrating "string" at the node. this "string" defines the "quantum state" of the pair. the quantum state is then passed on to the next
higher level dimensional holon.
the excitement doesn't stop there!
stong and weak forces are each 1 dimensional, and therefore interact across the 2nd dimension (quantum node), ascending upward they emerge as a 3rd
dimensional holon. electro and magnetic forces are 3 dimensional, and therefore interact across the 4th dimension (time node), ascending upward they
emerge as a 5th dimensioal holon. matter and energy are 5 dimensional, interact across the 6th dimension (gravity node), and emerge as an as-yet
undefined 7th dimensional holon.
lastly, because the system is nested, observable characteristics are shared with higher and lower levels. therefore, we will expect to see behavioral
similarities between 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th level holons. also the model predicts patterns of quantum (string/node) behavior across the 2nd, 4th, and
6th dimensions.
finally, for purposes of illustration of the nature of time specifically, your digram is sufficient. however, it fails to show how each nested holon
pair are dimensionally perpendicular to each other. if you were to show these 90 degree angles including their motions, your diagram would have the
shape of a toroid.