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Wave Theory and Photons
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All research, including astronomy, indicates that a photon’s two loops are not exactly symmetrical and that their currents of energy do not share the same form (picture below). The energetic loop is more extraverse and has a tendency to expand. The magnetic loop is smaller, more intraverse, and tends to hold onto energetic matter.

From astronomical observations, we see different wave structures, indicating that the waves are in different stages of existence, but in the same phase. Some waves contain two big energetic swirls; in other photographs, two swirls, which are connected by energetic paths, form a wave. These are two different formations of the same energetic matter that are similarly connected by the same energetic matter (picture below- right). This means that galaxies have two different loops connected by energetic paths that appear to resemble a photon formation that consists of two loops in one wave. A large cosmic wave resembles the photons with overlapping loops in Young’s interference experiment. They contain the highest concentration of energy at the center of the galaxy.

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