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    The Photon is mass-less.

    It is made up of charges. (Which might suggest mass).

    It propagates as a wave. And the least number of points it can be described by. Is three. -1 (0) +1.

    They propagate in a expanding parabolic or equilateral triangle shape.

    Upon annihilation of the wave. It is the (0) that represents the particle. And is i believe, a Gluon. Gluon being a matter particle. Also mass-less.

    The (0) is also at a Lagrangrian Point. And is the point at which particles emerge/occur.

    If. Upon annihilation. The (0) and either -1 or +1 were collapsed. Leaving just one charge.

    It would have lost it's value. And will now be either only a - or + charge.

    If it is lucky. It will share/entangle with an opposite partner (charge). Which might be at a distance.

    In that case. A new Lagrangian Point will happen and a new photon (-1 (0) +1) will occur.

    If the (0) only is annihilated. The two charges lose their value and become - and + only.

    They themselves can re-entangle. By means of an interference pattern (created by the wave caused by the charge) in Space (Fabric of Space. Aether, DE etc). Then. Same as above.

    The Photon. Although mass-less. Has a charge of 1. But, you also must consider -1. The math of the wave make it equal zero.

    This is my theory. Not proven fact.


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    It's utter nonsense...


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    Quote Originally Posted by callsmayberecorded View Post
    It is made up of charges.
    What evidence do you have for this?

    And the least number of points it can be described by. Is three. -1 (0) +1.
    What does that mean? What are these "points"? What about all the other properties a photon has (wavelength, momentum, energy, spin, ...)

    They propagate in a expanding parabolic or equilateral triangle shape.
    Really? And what evidence do you have for this? How does this relate to the inverse square law?

    Upon annihilation of the wave. It is the (0) that represents the particle. And is i believe, a Gluon. Gluon being a matter particle. Also mass-less.
    Photons and gluons are not the same thing. Gluons have colour charge and so cannot exist independently. Gluons are not matter particles, they are bosons.

    The (0) is also at a Lagrangrian Point. And is the point at which particles emerge/occur.
    A Lagrangian point? You are brining in gravity to explain massless particles? And a Lagrangian point between what, exactly.

    If. Upon annihilation. The (0) and either -1 or +1 were collapsed. Leaving just one charge.

    It would have lost it's value. And will now be either only a - or + charge.
    This violates conservation laws. And And you cannot have just a charge; you can only have particles with charge.

    This is my theory. Not proven fact.
    It is not a theory for several reasons: you do not have a model that can make testable predictions (therefore not even a hypothesis). This (nonexistent) hypothesis has not been repeatedly confirmed by evidence so it is not a theory. And, finally, it is just a load of meaningless buzzwords strung together. I assume you were stoned when you cam up with this?
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