Authors: Moshe Segal
The issue of electromagnetic traveling waves interference was already presented and analyzed extensively. Examples of such scenarios might be counter propagating one dimensional two source waves, or a single source wave propagating in two or more dimensions via scattering one portion of the wave into another portion, such as a double slit experiment with a single source. Analysis of these scenarios show that in these cases, the interference between these waves conserve the wave energy. (Ref 3). However, the following scenario was not yet presented or analyzed, (according to the best knowledge of the writer of this article) : A scenario of very focused two source electromagnetic traveling waves, focused such that they can be considered as traveling only in one dimension, which are colliding, and following this collision, the waves consolidate, and continue to travel in the same direction. It was usually assumed, that two one dimensional waves, moving in the same direction, cannot arrive at the constellation that they collide, then consolidate and continue to move in the same direction. Because if both waves are one dimensional, in order, for the first wave, to colide with another one dimensional wave traveling in its same direction, another wave source must exist somewhere along the line the first wave is traveling on. Then, the first wave will collide with this wave source and not with the second wave. However, this scenario can happen. This article presents a description of how to arrange the above scenario, of two one dimensional waves, originating from two separate sources, which collide, then consolidate and continue to travel in the same direction. Analysis of this scenario clearly reveals that there is a loss of the energy that these waves carried before that consolidation, which is a clear violation of the Energy Conservation Principle. And if, following this consolidation, the waves have same energy and opposite amplitudes in their electric fields and also in their magnetic fields the waves actually disappear. In light of the above scenario, and because of the energy loss that is shown to occur when electromagnetic waves consolidate and become unified, and continue to travel together in the same direction, the article argues that such scenarios are the cause of the Dark Energy, which is a mystery that the science of Physics seeks a solution to it
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