Chapter 2 - Wave Theory and Photons
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Research indicates that a photon’s light has two properties, one magnetic and one energetic-electric (picture below).

We may assume that the two loops comprise a complex structure, forming the formation we call a wave, which is similar to the two star loop from the cosmos observation (picture below), in which perpendicular loops alternate with transverse loops. This is similar to a computer’s well-known 0 1 (0 +) pattern; perhaps wave formations have 0 + behaviour.

As in observations of the cosmos, these two loops in the photon seem to be connected by energetic matter, because magnetic and electric properties alternate regularly in pairs. From the cosmos photograph, we see that the discs are strongly connected; they always appear in the same position and move together, one after the other.

The matter fuelling both discs in the cosmos photograph seems to be identical. In perpendicular discs, the cloud matter looks to be uniform (chapter 1, picture 1), but more concentrated in the centre. The transverse cloud is not clearly visible or well organized and is without well-defined borders. Its rotation is unclear. Its highly active, amorphous high-energy matter creates and maintains a tight connection to the perpendicular loops.

We conclude that the same energetic matter circulates in both loops, keeping them strongly linked and covered by very fine cloud remnants of the cloud from which they were ejected. Since photon streams always show alternating energetic and magnetic properties, perhaps, the structure of photons and huge formations, such as stars, are alike (pictures below). It seems that the change of position, concentration and direction of currents of energetic matter in loops changes its properties and behaviours. As the outlying areas of stars overlap, we can assume that their active energetic matter flows from one swirl to another, and that this matter creates a two swirl formation by the continuous propagation of energetic matter, binding the two loops into a wave formation.

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