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Topic: photon phase
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Tom Potter

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Re: photon phase
Posted: Jun 14, 2013 9:40 AM
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"Sam Wormley" <swormley1@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> On 6/7/13 5:31 PM, RichD wrote:
>> I attended a seminar on lasers recently,
>> discussing new ideas for using them as pumps
>> for electron beam acceleration. He referred
>> to the photons being in phase in a laser, a
>> key component of the operation.

>
> One must use a wave model when referring to laser light phase.


Einstein created a Tower of Babel
when he took Planck's **quantum** of action,
and with the help of the Mass Media,
brainwashed the masses to believe
that particles called "photons"
travel between sources and sinks
and convey quanta of energy.

A "photon" is an EVENT
whereby a SPECIFIC wave length
of an electro-magnetic standing wave
shifts one quarter wave length and
causes electrons at both ends
( Source and sink.)
to shift from one stable state to another.

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Tom Potter

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