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sadovnik socratus

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Photon and Matter = Life and Death.
Posted: May 18, 2013 7:15 AM
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Photon and Matter = Life and Death.
Why is connection between Photon and Matter is equal
to connection between Life and Death ?
My explanation.
QED try to understand the interaction between photon
and matter. In 1985 Richard Feynman wrote the result
of QED's searching :
? The idea of book - the interaction between light
( electromagnetic fields ) and matter is strange.
. . . . . . . . . . .
The theory of quantum electrodynamics
describes Nature as absurd from the point of view
of common sense. And it agrees fully with experiment.
So I hope you accept Nature as She is ? absurd. ?
/ book:
QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter page 10. /
Can Nature be absurd ?
Is our intellect or Nature absurd ?
The answer is simple: Nature is in a harmony but our
acceptation and meaning of It is absurd.
Light, quantum of light (photon) is a particle which takes very
important part in our life.
The interaction of photon with matter is possible to observe
in crystals and in vital organisms.
(every living being needs light / photon.)
Now everyone think that photon is an undeveloped particle and
it seems nonsense to say that photon can evolve,
taking interaction from simple to complex system and
be bearer of information / consciousness.

But on the one hand, nobody knows what photon is.
On the other hand , photon can move with different speeds:
constant speed c=1 , and faster c>1, and in my opinion
can have zero speed c=0.
( the common opinion that photon never can stop is not a law,
it is a supposition)
And if photon can use two different inner impulses (spin)
h ( photon behaves like corpuscular )
and h*=h/2pi ( photon behaves like wave )
for its independent movement
( it means photon itself decided how to act,
what kind of movement to do) then I say:
to take decision how to act can only a thinking particle.
And as in the ancient Veda is written t the consciousness
can develop from a vague wish to a clear thought.
The simplest atom hydrogen consists on proton and electron.
Electron tied with atom by the energy: E=-me^4/2h*^2= -13,6eV.
But if someone parameter changes, then electron jumps out from
atom as a quantum of light with energy E=h*f ( it is said: electron
emits quantum of light, but where this quantum of light is hidden
in the electron, in which pocket ?)
So, it is possible to say that atom with photon/ electron is
different from atom without photon/ electron.
The atom with photon/ electron is a living system.
The atom without photon/ electron is a dead system.
The same is about complex and biological atoms.
In the ancient Veda also is written that the Universe is consist on
different particles: purusha ( a spiritual or conscious element )
prakrti ( a mechanical-matter particle)
The interaction between mind /consciousness elements
(purusha- photon/ electron) and matter particles (prakrti- proton )
created everything.
There is nothing new under the Sun:
every new idea has some sort of precedent or echo from the past.
All the best
Israel Socratus
I want to thank awori achoka and Philip Benjamin :
reading their comments helped me to come to this conclusion.

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