Classical Physics

   

Nature Of Light

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese

Light is sensed by rational beings. Only real entities can produce sensory perception. Matter alone provides substance needed for objective reality in space. Hence, light or its components are essentially made of matter. Universal medium (formed by matter), under suitable conditions, creates components of light from itself. For existence, it is essential for light’s components to move at the highest possible linear speed, at which universal medium can move them and spin at frequency, proportional to their matter-contents. Flow of these components constitutes radiation of light or similar radiations. This essay very briefly describes mechanism of creation and development of light’s components, as envisaged in alternative concept, presented in the book, ‘MATTER (Re-examined)’. For details, kindly refer same [1].

Comments: 6 Pages. Published in General Science Journal

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