Chapter 2 - Wave Theory and Photons
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In other types of galaxies, swirls resemble photons with discrete loops. Here we have four formations, two swirls and two paths in one high-energy wave (picture, right). If we say that each of the two loops of a photon are like half a galaxy wave, this implies that one loop has the behavioural properties of one swirl and the second loop has the properties of the second.

We may assume that in these galaxies, one swirl is energetic and the second magnetic. Each loop is half of the big wave’s formation and consists of one swirl and two paths; the paths, however, are shared between the loops (picture below).

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