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Yet, if one tries to find the exact process by which light propagates from Point A To B, there is very little information.

″Light as it travels from Point A to Point B, ceases to be ″real″ instead it travels as an abstract mathematical wave form, that undergoes disambiguation, (i.e., it exists everywhere and nowhere). During the time in which light is travelling from Point A to Point B, it travels through multiple dimensions, that have no existence, in our world, the solar system or the Universe. When the light is finally detected at point B, it once again becomes real this is accompanied by the collapse of the abstract wave function. The collapse of the wave function results in the formation of multiple Universes.″

Perhaps a poll could be conducted to see if any of this makes sense?

It should be noted that this is not something that I have made up,

If a layman were to look at what quantum mechanics eventually came up with, this is probably how he would describe it.

It could travel as a wave until it is interupted by matter forcing a particle.

You can make a poll BUT you need to start a new thread. Choose a forum section and then instead of hitting "new topic", hit "new poll" which is right next to it.

″Light as it travels from Point A to Point B, ceases to be ″real″ instead it travels as an abstract mathematical wave form, that undergoes disambiguation, (i.e., it exists everywhere and nowhere).

it gets worse than this.

The first problem I see is that no one, that I am aware of, thinks that light is no longer real when light travels from point A to point B. I think you are mistaking the mathematics that describe light with the actual photons themselves. The light does not travel as an abstract mathematical wave form, the wave form is a mathematical description about aspects of a photon.

Physics is the business of constructing mathematical models of stuff that happens. We have two models that are useful when dealing with high frequency electromagnetic radiation: a wave model describes propagation, and a particle model becomes increasingly useful when describing the interaction of emr with particulate matter above 1012 Hz.

Thank you, Origin, you have given a concise and accurate description of Maxwell′s ″A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field″ and of how electromagnetic radiation propagates. This is where the problem begins, Because, Maxwell's theory is a purely wave theory while quantum mechanics wanted a particle theory or at least a wave-particle duality theory. If a layman were to look at what quantum mechanics eventually came up with, this is probably how he would describe it. ″Light as it travels from Point A to Point B, ceases to be ″real″ instead it travels as an abstract mathematical wave form, that undergoes disambiguation, (i.e., it exists everywhere and nowhere). During the time in which light is travelling from Point A to Point B, it travels through multiple dimensions, that have no existence, in our world, the solar system or the Universe. When the light is finally detected at point B, it once again becomes real this is accompanied by the collapse of the abstract wave function. The collapse of the wave function results in the formation of multiple Universes.″ It should be noted that this is not something that I have made up, it is an accurate description of how Standard Theory describes the propagation of light. In point of fact, it gets worse than this. Perhaps a poll could be conducted to see if any of this makes sense?

This video was edited 30-12-2022. I removed everything but the experimental parts of the original video. The reason for this is that I was no longer behind the way I explained the experiments, especially the quantum aspects. In the video I show you how you can use a microscope to visualize the EM- wave propagation after light has passed the slits.

There shouldn't be two models.

Quote from: McQueen on 19/03/2024 03:39:46There shouldn't be two models.Interesting opinion, I guess.Just to let you know, hamdani is probably the most confused person on this site.

That's an interesting opinion on its own right. Did you find inconsistencies in my arguments?

Quote from: McQueen on 19/03/2024 03:39:46There shouldn't be two models.Like we shouldn't have boats and cars. But we do, because amphibious vehicles aren't terribly good at doing either job.

Do you realize that 2 different gravity models are taught in all universities?