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  1. I'll assume not. A wave is a change in a certain set of physical quantities (characteristics of a certain physical field or material medium) that can move away from the place of their occurrence, or fluctuate within limited areas of space. I.e., to say that a wave is a wave, there must be a change in quantities over time. In our case, over time, the changes are 0, so the wave does not exist for us now.

  2. It exists to the same extent as an object with zero mass, size, and charge. Basically undetectable, it is impossible to prove either its existence or its absence. In general, this is more like linguistic games, rather than reasoning about objective reality.

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