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LIGHT
Posted on Thursday, June 23, 2005 @ 22:14:31 GMT by vlad

Science sams writes: The Nature of Light

The origins of light has captured the imagination of many scientists since the inception of hypotheticals, as to what is the mechanism to explain the function and extrapolate a theory of light.
It has been established that light transfers thermal information (energy) from the source. Light like sound or water for propagation of motion, needs a medium.



Light is a thermal function with internal interactions of emission, accretion and exerts quantum thermal units through this medium (dark matter) Assertions postulated that light characteristics are corpuscular or waves, ignore the possibility that the nature of light may be a contactual transfer phenomenon of thermal information. Argumentation initiates some theories as questionable, as they are void of a medium to transmit thermal information. This is where the concept of fmp (fundamental particles or dark matter) affirms a viable medium.

Dark matter consists of two fundamental thermal flavored particles. One a negatively charged particle and the second a neutral particle or a graviton.
To be instrumental in the construction of plasma, graviton* particles must rest in an adjacent formation. Sequentially vast quantities of contactual neutral particles are needed to simply fill the volume of the local universe and implement a route for local universal thermal information transference. For now I will refer to this interaction as palpitation indicating actual momentary disturbance in the medium. Emersed in this plasma (Dark Matter) is a concept of contiguous fundamental particles that transfers thermal information (light) contactually, implementing an omni - directional emissionary and an accretionary interaction.

The theory of light dispersing is logical; it provides an interaction of the spectrum with omni - directional dispersed light at various thermal values. If we can accept this as a logical hypothesis than dark matter is this medium. We should question this phenomenon; can thermal information transfer survive in a vacuum or in a PRE plasma*?
How can a photon maintain thermal levels in a hostile environment or one starving for energy?

The speed of light (frequency) is directly influenced by the value of the mass particles or varying thermal values. Varying mediums with varying values will result in varying speeds.
Light speed is finite for a number of reasons--
1-- dark matter resistance will impose transfer speed limits as Einstein may have inferred even though he was not aware of dark matter in this format.
2-- Thermal information accretion rate will impose limits aswell.
3-- in a matterless space a (true vacuum) light will not survive.

The rate of transfer (emission and accretion) in a medium is the velocity of thermal information transfer from one fmp to an adjacent fmp omni - directionally. To achieve light speed very little particle movment occurs only the contactual contiguous interaction of thermal information transference It may very well be that contiguous thermal transfer and fmp values produce conditions for the said speed of light.
By the term "Light" in the common sense, is referred here to as a is a limited portion of the spectrum as sensed by the human eye.

Dark Matter particles absorb thermal information from the source. When DM interacts with a medium of a higher thermal particle density content, it triggers illumination (fmp are indestructible to any temperatures of celestial bodies).

Actions that propagate the speed of light is thermal information transferred omni - directional in the lattice. Absolute constant speed of light may not be intrinsic, as space would require homogenized omni - directional medium and macro matter. Will not happen. Light transfers thermal information contactually in an omni - directional emissionary and accretionary thermal interaction. This omni - directional process is emersed in a contiguous fmp plasma.
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fmp * = fundamental particles (The term "fundamental particle" is used here to avoid having to invent new terminology)
graviton*=The term is used here to avoid having to invent new terminology
PRE * potential rest energy (permeates the entire space and all macro matter).

more on "dark matter" by Sam Sade --- http://ca.geocities.com/Samsade@rogers.com/


 
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Re: LIGHT (Score: 1)
by MrFluxGate on Friday, June 24, 2005 @ 04:36:29 GMT
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Sam.

Can you site the reference that you are using?

Einstein and Maxwell thought light consisted of photons, packets of electromagnetic energy, not thermal energy?

Light has the ability to combine both wave and particle attributes at the same time. If you are right then how do you explain Arthur Holly Compton photoelectric effect? He discovered that photons give up its energy to the electron in the photoelectric effect?

If the photon is thermal energy, then how does the electron absorb this thermal energy to switch to a new energy state?


  • Re: LIGHT by sams on Friday, June 24, 2005 @ 19:29:05 GMT

 

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