The actual solution to the wave/particle duality of light is that its NOT a particle OR a wave.
Light is not made up of little bullet like particles, nor is it an wave action in some medium, which is the only way you can have a wave.
You cant just have a wave action in nothing, a vacuum, space. So as light has no issues permeating space, its not a wave action we see in water or sound waves in air.
So, as Light cant be either a Particle or a Wave, what is it? Or more correctly HOW does the energy we see as light and the energy we cant see as radiation, manage to cross distances? Well its interesting to note that radiation, which is claimed to be part of the electromagnetic spectrum just like visible light, fizzles out over a relatively short distance. But seems that we can observer stars light from millions of light years away, no problem.
So rationally, we have something wrong somewhere with our theories of radiation, and light and Electromagnetism.
Light, it seems is NOT part of any Electromagnetic spectrum, nor is radiation.
Sure we can create radiation and light with Electricity, and or Magnetism, but does that really mean that the created Light or radiation is COMPOSED of the forces we used to create it?
We can also create radiation and Light by rubbing two dry sticks together, no Magnetism or Electricity required to make Light and radiant energy.
Light and radiation may have a pulsating rate, a frequency, but it may very well be that its an alternating but static pulsation, so that light actually never actually "travels" anywhere. It pulsates in alternate stationary spheres (assuming it is allowed to radiate in all directions) and those spheres obey the inverse square rule for illumination. The effect drops away with distance.
The bit that hard to explain is why we still can see those distant stars. The emitted light should not be visible at the distances claimed.
I don't now, it's just that something seems not very correct with the current explanations. And I'm pondering alternatives.