I dont understand polarised light. Can u give me a link to a good a paper re photons sharing the same axis. I dont believe in polarised light, i dont believe an ordinary photon can be changed in some way to become polarised.Its a pity that he didnt know that neutrinos are doubled photons, sharing the same helical axis.That's still wrong, for a number of reasons which have been pointed out to you.
The most glaring is that two photos sharing the same helical axis is what gives plane polarised light.
I have never seen a photon going by.The luminous photon is in a sense semi-luminous (semi-dark), u cant see a photon, except when it hits your eye. Not important, just saying.That's not a sense you will find in any textbook or dictionary. But you are right- it's not important.