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Topic: Thinking about Photon.
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Thinking about Photon.
Posted: May 31, 2013 3:49 AM
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Thinking about Photon.
When photon moves at light of speed
( about 299 792 458 m/s .c=1) then photon itself shrinks into
a flat geometrical figure ( light - photon doesn't shrink outside
distance, road or spacetime )
According to SRT photon is not a firm particle,
it can change its geometrical form.
When photon moves at light of speed ( about 299 792 458 m/s. c=1 )
its own time is zero ( infinite )
Where does the ours known time come from?
Gravity can change the straight movement of photon,
Where does the gravity come from?
In which reference frame photon moves, if gravity
( as Sun and many others outside gravity objects )
can change photon's movement ?

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