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  1. #1 Digital theory is all wet 
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    It should be reworked assuming light is two particles, a positive and a negative instead of a single neutral particle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Burke Carley
    It should be reworked assuming light is two particles, a positive and a negative instead of a single neutral particle.
    Why????


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    Quote Originally Posted by Burke Carley
    It should be reworked assuming light is two particles, a positive and a negative instead of a single neutral particle.
    Please expand on this, giving an empirical basis for your assertion.
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    Photons and neutrinos are two particles in cirucular(neutrinos) or eliptical orbits around each other and their is a spacial difference between the absortion points of the individual particles.
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    What is your evidence for this assertion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burke Carley
    Photons and neutrinos are two particles in cirucular(neutrinos) or eliptical orbits around each other and their is a spacial difference between the absortion points of the individual particles.
    This forum is for the discussion of hypotheses. That means that there needs to be at least some empirical basis to assertions being made here. If you can't fulfil that requirement then I'll need to move this thread to Pseudoscience.
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