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#### amicuswat

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##### Light energy theory VS Dark energy theory
« on: 04/12/2013 09:46:58 »
What we know about a photon? There are a lot of researches made. We know it’s speed and wave length but what happens when it interacts with matter?
Kinetic energy(pressure)
According to all researches and experiments we can see that it behaves strangely. Some theories says that photon transmits it’s impulse than is swallowed by matter and this is only one case, but experiments shows that more energy matter gets when we reflect photons and the more photons we reflect the more impulse we have. The questions that bothers me is WHAT HAPPENS WITH REFLECTED PHOTONS? Of course we have a lot of formula to calculate the impulse that left, BUT I assume that major of these formulas are mere mathematical that are offered according to the law of conservation of energy. Did anyone ever really measured the energy of beam after reflection? Light is a strange matter – the only one that have constant speed. What If PHOTON DOES NOT CHANGE ITS ENEGY AFTER INTERACTION? This would be the great Universe error but would also explain a lot of things. Photon bits a particle and give it some impulse but keeps its own impulse, thus providing additional energy. Would this explain the evolution of the Universe? We would not need dark energy anymore, as the energy would become light that we always had beneath our nose but were not able to believe in it.
It seems that any photon born anytime and anywhere in the Universe lives forever. It interacts with matter particles, gives additional energy and travels.
Let’s see how a photon can interact.
Let’s take one photon and one matter particle. Photon has energy impulse (Imp) it bits a particle that has some energy(Part) and reflects. So energy of the particle will change for X.
Before collision Part = Some energy and Imp = some energy;
After collision Part = Some energy + x and Imp = some energy – x;
This would be according to the common theory. BUT photon do not have mass, its speed is constant, the only thing that can change here is the length of the wave. So we should prove that the length of the wave has changed.
Experiment:
We take laser
Take mirror with reflection coefficient REF.
Take a sensor.
First we aim the laser to the sensor and check the energy.
Second we aim the laser to the mirror and check the reflected energy – if the common theory is correct we will have (reflected energy x REF) reduced otherwise we will have it almost the same.
If (reflected energy x REF) is almost the same we take another sensor and check the pressure on the mirror.
If energy does not changes and there is the pressure – We jump and yell “Eureka”. This would mean that something in the Universe give energy and conserve its own energy.
Some practical prove of the Light Energy theory:
To some extent optical cables can be the proof of the Theory. Some of them are hundreds kilometers long. Photons inside the cables bits the cable walls and do pressure but do not loose there original meaning, if they would lose part of their impulse there would appear critical loss of data and it would be the more the longer the cable would be.
Practical output:
If the theory is correct humanity would be able to construct power plants with endless energy source and be able to make space engines of new types.

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