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Stoe Simulation of Photon Spectrographic Behavior

Authors: John Hodge

Spectrographic behavior of light has been attributed to the wave model of light. The Scalar Theory Of Everything (STOE) model of light suggests photons are composed of hods that are one of the two components of the universe. The Hodge diffraction experiments rejected the wave models of light. The Fraunhofer pattern of coherent light on a screen from a slit in a mask is compared to the STOE computer simulation of spectrographic effects. The number of hods serves the same place as the frequency (energy) of light. Thus, the energy of light is proportional to the number of hods in the photons. An additional hod in a photon adds Planks constant amount of energy to the photon. Therefore, the STOE incorporates spectrographic observations.

Comments: 6 Pages. continuation of STOE model of photon and rejection of wave model.

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[v1] 2017-11-21 18:11:13

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