by Jim Mash
Last Updated 21/11/2017
Fluid Energy Theory
An entirely new theory based upon energy being a real substance

The nature of photons

Current theories   FET

The only description that quantum theory gives for a photon is that it is some form of energy that travels as a wave but when looked at it becomes a particle, hence its dual nature. But ask a physicist to draw you a single photon and he would decline because he does not have the slightest idea of what it is. Is it a wave with one or a million peaks and troughs and if it passes through a hole smaller than itself and spreads out as assumed for the creation of interference patterns, why does it not continue to spread out and disperse at a much faster rate than its loss due to red shifting?

Why doesn’t the amplitude of the wave represent the amount of energy it has, and where exactly is the energy stored in a wave?

Photons probably present the greatest problem for scientists today.

No one knows why they move so fast nor why they can keep moving for billions of years without spreading out when they collide with particles or why they do not lose energy apart from that due to the expansion of space.

Speculation resulting from the dual nature of light has led to the belief that nature will never be understood. Consequently, theories are now being proposed based upon fantasy where more than ten dimensions can exist and multiple universes may exist alongside our own.

 

With FET it is easy to visualise a single photon. FET tells us how photons are created, how they are responsible for imparting kinetic energy into matter and for supplying it with thermal energy. It tells us that photons are disc shaped regions of fluid energy sustained by their rolling action that generates a centripetal force to keep them intact. It tells us that they a have a specific diameter that is inversely proportional to their energy content. This diameter is what we currently call its wavelength. The more energy a photon contains the larger its centripetal force and the smaller it is.

The smallest possible photon in terms of physical size is the gamma ray and has a diameter of 10-15m and an energy of 9.4x108eV. This is because this photon has an energy density equal to that of solid energy and the photon therefore becomes a solid particle i.e. a neutron. The largest possible photon in terms of its diameter is a radio photon with a diameter of around 3,000m because the energy density is now equal to that of the continuum and the two merge into one.

FET shows how photons can be entangled allowing information to travel at faster than light speeds.

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