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Chapt13.4.08 Can there be a triple transverse wave, a guiding wave? #1044 New Physics #1164 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Re: Chapt13.4.08 Can there be a triple transverse wave, a guiding wave? #1045 New Physics #1165 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Nov 30, 2012 3:03 AM


On Nov 29, 11:59 pm, Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: (snipped)
Now I am not persuaded that Triple Transverse Waves exist, I am just exploring and asking if they exist. A Double Transverse Wave fulfills 2nd dimension of the x and y axis and where the x axis is where the particle moves in a straight line or a arc curve trajectory provided if the z axis were involved. Where the x and y axis do a destructive interference and allow a wave to be both a wave and particle at once. And a Double Transverse Wave allows all light waves to have the very same constant speed regardless of either the wavelength or the frequency.
So what benefit to physics would there be if the leading particle on the x axis did not travel the straight line of the xaxis and veered off into a arc or curve utilizing the zaxis?
Well we all know Space is 3rd dimensional, so we have to bring in 3rd dimension into the physics of wave motion.
Now perhaps light waves come in only Double Transverse Waves but there are situations in which two waves can interfer with each other and act like the meridians or lines of longitude. So that when the two waves meet and intersect at the North Pole, they throw one another off so that they travel and be the meridians meeting again at the South Pole and throw one another off again to meet again at the North Pole.
So in this manner, Physics has only Double Transverse Waves, but that these waves can interfer with one another as to form a sphere surface. So that 938 such waves would form a sphere the size of a proton surface and 2 such waves would form a sphere the size of a electron surface.
Now it maybe 938 photons or it maybe 938 neutrinos as waves.
So, here the idea is that Double Transverse Waves are essential to physics in order to have speed of light a constant, but that Triple Transverse waves are not essential and arise as a function of where two Double Transverse Waves influence one another to change course or direction of motion.
So I am coming to a resolution that Double Transverse Waves exist but not Triple, and that two Double's can alter the direction of both.
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Archimedes Plutonium http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium whole entire Universe is just one big atom where dots of the electrondotcloud are galaxies



