Light: Neither Particle nor Transverse Wave

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Scientific Paper
Title Light: Neither Particle nor Transverse Wave
Author(s) Bill Gaede
Keywords light, electron, atom, proton, EM wave, particle, photon
Published 2005
Journal None
Pages 251-267

Abstract

Statistics, variables and equations, and concepts such as energy, force and field tell us nothing about the architectures of light, the atom, and the Universe. The mathematical theories of General and Special Relativity and of Classical and Quantum Mechanics deal exclusively with relations and concepts, and are therefore powerless to describe the shape of physical objects. To discern the architecture of an invisible entity we must merely venture an assumption and logically check whether the proposal explains observation. Pursuant to this method, we show architectures of light, the atom, and the Universe that rebuff the abstractions (photon, wave, duality, wave-packet, etc.) inferred by Classical and Quantum Mechanics. Internet References: