The rather high-brow discussions on deep electron orbitals and hydrinos with a separate set of interlocutors, inspired me to write a paper at the K-12 level on wave equations. Too bad Schroedinger did not seem to have left any notes on how he got his wave equation (which I believe to be correct in every way (relativistically correct, too), unlike Dirac’s or others).

The notes must be somewhere in some unexplored archive. If there are Holy Grails to be found in the history of physics, then these notes are surely one of them. There is a book about a mysterious woman, who might have inspired Schrödinger, but I have not read it, *yet*: it is on my to-read list. I will prioritize it (read: order it right now).

Oh – as for the math and physics of the wave equation, you should also check the Annex to the paper: I think the nuclear oscillation can only be captured by a wave equation when using quaternion math (an extension to complex math).