Light, Gravity, and Mass: A Particle Theory
|Title||Light, Gravity, and Mass: A Particle Theory|
|Author(s)||David de Hilster, Bob de Hilster|
|No. of pages||5|
The electromagnetic spectrum including visible light is most often characterized by wave theory. But there are effects that indicate it has particle characteristics. Hence, there is an ongoing discussion of wave particle duality. There has been work trying to make a wave act like a particle. This paper uses a particle and provides a mechanism for it to have wave properties. If it is a particle, could the same particle that is the cause of EM radiation also be the particle needed for pushing gravity? And how does mass fit in?