Creating Matter from EM Radiation

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Scientific Paper
Title Creating Matter from EM Radiation
Author(s) Paul Schroeder
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Published 2013
Journal None
No. of pages 5

Abstract

The goal here is to probe more deeply into one aspect of External Gravity theory. I intend to expand on the connection with the EM spectrum. The source of gravity is pushing beams and it duplicates the properties of all forms of radiation. Gravity radiation exists as the beginning of the EM scale. At the far end the spectrum boarders on including matter. This implies that matter consists of some wave structure. The overall structure of space is radiation. Matter is a result of distortions within that medium. Essentially matter is created by the intersecting of beams and exists as modified and interconnected versions of radiation beams. This is therefore also Beam Theory and replaces Quantum Theory as a module for future atomic analyses.