I've seen your nice and sensitive movie on Youtube: Where Science and Buddhism Meet PART 1.
I agree with you that Buddhism and Science, especially physics, are only two different ways of looking at the same reality (ONENESS). Since more than twenty years I am actively investigating the meeting points between Buddhism and Physics and made meanwhile some astonishing discoveries.
The most important one is certainly the discovery, that the archetypal structure of the MANDALA is a hidden blueprint of the physical universe. Being composed of an "entangled" structure of a square and a circle it shows how space and time are organized at the most fundamental level. This Buddhist structure can be "read" in such a way, that it generates a sort of Lorentz symmetry. It is just this symmetry that was found by Albert Einstein in his Special Theory of Relativity 1905, but there is a subtle difference between the relativistic view of the universe and the Buddhist view.
If the MANDALA is really the blueprint on which our universe bases upon then the fundamental constant of c is actually given twice
: It is geometrically determined as a square and as a circle. This "dual parametrization of c" is - as conceived by me - integral part of the wave-particle-duality. (You are talking about this aspect in your movie.) Light does not only behave in a dual way, its fundamental parameter c is of dual nature as well.
To get an impression of my ideas look at the following webpage:http://www.worldsci.org/people/Helmut_Hansen
The easiest way to understand my approach is the recently published paper:
The Hidden Face of c or: The True Meaning of the Kennedy-Thorndike Experiment
(Abstracts Online - 2011)
It is a simple, non-technical paper, which investigates the inner geometrical core of the Mandala. It makes only use of very elementary mathematics (only the Pythagorean Theorem is applied). The central idea may already be grasped by simple pattern recognition.
May be you will find this short paper somehow interesting...