Does matter, physical things that can be observed and measured by our five senses, have wavelength (or phase) the way that radio waves do, and if so can that be manipulated somehow? Let me explain...
I have a story in which a scientist is trying to transform an immaterial being into a material being; material in that it should become composed of matter the same way we are, solid and can interact with all five of our senses, instead of just one or two of them. That's why I use radio waves as an analogy, because we can hear it by use of radio, but we can't touch, feel or smell it.
At first the scientist encounters this being only through sight and sound, and he thinks it's a ghost. But when he sees that the being is trying to communicate with him he realizes that it's not a ghost, but rather someone from another dimension or reality(?).
He might be able to get help from the being in completing this task (though I don't know what form that would take).
Is there anything in science that suggests some immaterial form of matter being transformed into another kind of more material matter?
A) Plausible sounding handwavium allowed, but no magic please. By that I mean no magical spells like what would come from a fantasy story. Let's try to keep it science-ish.
B) Apparently we have more than five senses. 6, 7, some say as many as 21! I missed the memo. Apologies.