About Jeff Boyd


After getting his math degree from Brown University, then going to medical school and working a decade as a researcher at the National Institutes of Health, Jeff Boyd was Chairman of Behavioral Health at a Yale teaching hospital. He has advanced degrees from Harvard, Yale, Brown, and Case Western Reserve Universities. He has published 22 scholarly articles about TEW in peer reviewed journals of mathematics and physics, and has posted dozens of YouTube videos. He is learning how to make better & briefer YouTube videos.

The Theory of Elementary Waves (TEW) was discovered by Lewis E. Little after thirty years of hard work alone. The Eureka moment was when Little realized that particles follow Elementary Waves backwards. Little taught TEW to his cousin, Jeff Boyd. At first Jeff was just a spokesman, promoting TEW at meetings of the American Physical Society (APS). Little assigned to Boyd the task of developing a mathematics for TEW, since Boyd (unlike Little) has a mathematics degree.

Boyd originated the idea that we should reverse the direction of the path integral equations of Richard Feynman’s Quantum ElectroDynamics (QED). Feynman computes an amplitude K. Boyd’s Reverse-QED computes a negative amplitude -K. Therefore Boyd can picture what the quantum world looks and feels like whereas quantum experts cannot. To test our theory in the lab we follow the Born rule and compute probabilities as follows: P = (K)squared = (-K)squared. So Boyd’s math produces exactly the same probabilities as does garden variety QED or quantum mechanics.

Jeff’s YouTube videos are recognized as hilarious, intuitive and provide a clear window into the world of TEW.

Those whose minds have been turned into a Möbius strip by quantum weirdness say Jeff cured them of their mental anguish. He is famous for saying,

“Just because you are insane doesn’t mean you are wrong.”

Jeff Boyd

Formal recognition

Jeff Boyd was appointed a Reserve Medical Officer by President Ronald Reagan.

Certificate appointing Jeff Boyd by Ronald Reagan