The Structure of a Photon
|Title||The Structure of a Photon|
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A model proposed for light, assuming photons are neither an elementary particle nor a wave. A photon is built up of four fundamental particles: two of different gravity particles, A and B, and two kinds of electric charge particles, positive and negative. The yin-yang symbol seems to be quite deep meaning, and strange though it may appear a key to understanding the function of the material world.