
Re: Single photon
Posted:
Feb 27, 2013 5:37 PM


has nothing to do with the regular tetragon, 1); waves have no personal weight issues, 2); quarterwave stub?, 3); have to use tetrahedronometry, 4), for which I have just found a representation; there are no "right" trigona in Universe, they ain't enantiamorphic!
thus quoth: It implies that a photon is energy squared.
2. It features the mechanical properties mass and momentum, and ignores the electromagnetic properties that relate more fundamentally with quanta charge systems.
3. It ignores the fact that energy is not quanta, but is a function of quanta and velocity.
4. If integers and maths are valid and can be used to model physical reality, and we assume that 5^2 = 4^3 + 3^2 the equation that Sammy references implies that mass, momentum and energy have a 345 relationship, and that energy is represented by the hypotenuse of a right angle.

