Authors: D.J. Pons
A conceptual theory is developed for the processes of photon emission and absorption, in a non-local hidden-variable (NLHV) design called the Cordus theory. The theory predicts different mechanisms for the discrete fields of the photon and electron, and uses this to explain the characteristics of the evanescent and electric fields, and the origin of the fine structure constant. It then shows how electron bonding constraints require the electron to emit its excess energy, and how the photon is created and emerges from the electron. Emission is thus an escapement mechanism whereby matter particules that are over-prescribed in position can get rid of that energy, and the details of this are explained. The results show excellent qualitative agreement with classical electromagnetic wave theory and quantum mechanics, many features of which can be recovered. The theory shows the ontological power of NLHV solutions at the foundational level.
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