This question is more a philosophical question than a physics one. When we appreciate particle physics we study that in order to explain some experimental results we have to introduce a new particle (for instance thinking about neutrinos). This is obviously true but I just want to ask you: is there a wave interpretation of this results? I mean, consider for example the so-called sea quarks, which coming up as a mixture of different quarks, if I describe this processes in a wave model can I see this as an interference of wave function? I am not sure that this question is clear. generalizing, why do not we study subnuclear physics both in particle and wave model, as quantum mechanics suggest?