Classical Physics

   

On the Properties of Homo-Rays and Mirrors

Authors: Beimat

In this paper, the properties of homo-rays (also known as "raios gay") are studied. Experimental data is analyzed and a subsequent classical homo-ray wave theory is formulated. Interactions of homo-rays and mirrors are also studied, and their use allows for experiments which yielded data to support a relativistic extension of homo-ray theory. Experimental results yield that the standard speed of homo-rays is exactly 3m/s, and the surprising result that (ground state) homo-rays propagate in imaginary momentum space is obtained. Finally, it is briefly discussed the extension of the theory to a quantum version.

Comments: 11 Pages. A modest contribution.

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[v1] 2018-08-28 16:37:15

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