Wave Theory and Photons
The following picture shows a young and an older galaxy.
The next illustration presents energetic and magnetic rings
that fade into rings of dark matter.
The picture below compares a young and old galaxy. Note that
the old galaxy has many dark spaces.
The overlapping superposition of loops in Young’s experiment
form clearer enlarged rings in new formations on another energetic
level. This seems to indicate that if light rings overlap
and grow, then dark rings (space) also perform these activities,
and are not empty space. Using interference, we see that the
degree of dark and light spaces vary from object to object,
indicating different proportions of energetic matter between
energetic and magnetic loops. Every object has its characteristic
proportions and therefore different energy levels. As long
as the energy (temperature) remains the same (the formation
remains in the same phase), the proportion of energetic to
magnetic matter in an object’s wave also remains stable.
Should the temperature or phase change, the proportion between
energetic and magnetic matter in the loops will change as
well. A small change causes the wave to behave differently,
while a larger change alters the wave’s nature (phase).
Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright©
2001. All rights reserved.
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