Authors: Adrian Ferent
At what velocity does an electron emits a photon? Another proof for Ferent Quantum Gravity “Because the electron is a photon around Dark Matter, the electron receives and emits photons with the speed of light” Adrian Ferent At what velocity does an electron emits a photon? The answer is another proof for Ferent Quantum Gravity (FQG). In modern physics a charged particle emits and absorbs energy, but its mechanism was not discovered. All the Nobel Laureates, all the scientists, your professors…were not able to answer to this question: At what velocity does an electron emits a photon? If you want to have fun, just ask your professors these questions: At what velocity does an electron emits a photon? Does have photon an acceleration time? The internet is like a ‘comedy book’ with answers to these questions: Feynman's answer to the question: “An electron emits an ordinary photon in response to being struck by a reverse-time ("advanced") photon that has traveled backward in time from some point in the future.”Some point in the future" could range from femtoseconds (or less) away up to billions of years in the future. The real photon that is emitted in response to the recoil-inducing, backwards-in-time photon travels along the classical time path as a normal or "retarded" photon (no I did not make that up), and eventually strikes the very same target that emitted the advanced photon sometime in the future.” Another scientist said: “The opposite happens when an electron emits a photon. The photon is not selected from a "well" of photons living in the atom; it is created instantaneously out of the vacuum. The electron in the high energy level is instantly converted into a lower energy-level electron and a photon. There is no in-between state where the photon is being constructed. It instantly pops into existance.” 277. I am the first who discovered at what velocity an electron emits a photon 278. I am the first who discovered because the electron is a photon around Dark Matter, the electron receives and emits photons with the speed of light
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