Chapter 2 - Wave Theory and Photons
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Photon Mass
A photon is composed of two main loops (fields), one transversal and one perpendicular, which together create a wave particle. The two fields are composed of rings (colours) and streams of energetic matter that form energetic paths.

After the Big Bang, energetic matter, with its unidirectional, inflation (pushing) and swirling propagation, created many different swirls in its expanded paths. It pushed into space and simultaneously thrust itself into the centre of the swirls. The pulling properties of the swirls were created incidentally by this pushing activity, and act along swirl paths. This is an incredible creation, which will be thoroughly discussed in the chapter on the universe.

Thus, we have a single energetic matter with one behaviour (inflation by swirling movement) creating two opposite forces, pushing and pulling, in endless competition.

Now we understand why every quantum of energy creates waves (pictures below). This will be discussed further in the chapter on quarks.

A high-energy object has more pushing, inflation, and anti-gravitational properties. A photon has more pushing energy in proportion to its magnetic (pulling) loop, beyond gravity. This is why we cannot measure its mass (energetic capacity) with standard methods. Nevertheless, a photon has its mass, time and space, as does every energetic creation (picture below).

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