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    Propagation

    Can a photon propagate and be a particle simultaneously? How?

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    Re: Propagation

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuartbirdman View Post
    Can a photon propagate and be a particle simultaneously? How?
    Or how can a photon be a wave and a particle simultaneously?

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    Re: Propagation

    E = mc2

    So I guess that gives a photon enough energy to wave, propagate and be a particle at the same instant.

    And yet earth scientists still don't know how a particle can do those three things simultaneously.

    Solution: space is composed of many different kinds of runes. One kind of rune are infinitely thin strings that link up with photons and allow them to wave, propagate and be a particle at the same time.

    I think string theorists link these strings with multiple dimensions. They are wrong. There are only four dimensions but those four are composed of diverse runes which have not yet been discovered by scientists. This is because they are partying too much.

    Dark Matter

    There are some scientists who are actually working on a project, studying computer-generated photos of M87, at least I think that is what they are doing.

    Anyway, it is my hope that they will discover something that may shed some light (get it) on where dark matter comes from.

    It is my contention that when matter enters a black hole it is broken down into dark matter which then exits the black hole on the other side which is likely millions of light years away from where it entered the black hole.

    Evidence of dark matter escaping M87 may be seen in the C-shaped jet of gas which escaped M87 long ago. Or perhaps the evidence will be seen in the other jet that is pointed toward us and appears to be flickering. Perhaps the flickering is a result of interaction between the jet and escaping dark matter.

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    Re: Propagation

    Actually, that kind of is understood. Any number of physics-for-laymen books cover it. Try "Mass" by Jim Baggot, for one.

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    Re: Propagation

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Person View Post
    Actually, that kind of is understood. Any number of physics-for-laymen books cover it. Try "Mass" by Jim Baggot, for one.
    Kind of?

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    Re: Propagation

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Person View Post
    Actually, that kind of is understood. Any number of physics-for-laymen books cover it. Try "Mass" by Jim Baggot, for one.
    Gravity has waves but no particle actually discovered yet.

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    Re: Propagation

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Person View Post
    Actually, that kind of is understood. Any number of physics-for-laymen books cover it. Try "Mass" by Jim Baggot, for one.
    Perhaps I exaggerated the mystery

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    Re: Propagation

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Person View Post
    Actually, that kind of is understood. Any number of physics-for-laymen books cover it. Try "Mass" by Jim Baggot, for one.
    Physics has established that photons are waves and particles. How can they be both simultaneously? Baggott has an answer?
    Last edited by Stuartbirdman; 06-25-19 at 11:29 PM.

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    Re: Propagation

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Person View Post
    Actually, that kind of is understood. Any number of physics-for-laymen books cover it. Try "Mass" by Jim Baggot, for one.
    Physics has established that distantly separate particles can still seem connected. How are they still entangled? Baggott knows the answer?

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