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Topic: Single photon
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: Single photon
Posted: Feb 27, 2013 5:37 PM
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has nothing to do with the regular tetragon, 1);
waves have no personal weight issues, 2);
quarter-wave 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 electro-magnetic 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 3-4-5 relationship,
and that energy is represented by the hypotenuse
of a right angle.



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