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For a long time now I have noticed that there is not even one piece of evidence that suggests that all of nature might not be composed of photons alone. This notion was first suggested by Newton, then later by Maxwell, then by Einstein.I think it was Maxwell that said, "The final irreducible constituent of all physical reality is the electromagnetic field."I have a written a movie script that explores this idea. I am interested exploring whether the major assertion in the movie is correct. Is it true that no such evidence exists.If it does, I would like to know what it is.Evidence in favor is http://photontheory.com/TheEvidence.htmlThe script is:OhMyGodWe are pitching the script to producers this week end in Oklahoma City.Wish us luck.
The script is a kinda spoof.
vern, how about this. I'll give a possible example. Suppose the electron looked like a spinning doughnut, the proton would be a doughnut the size of a dot at the axis of the electron doughnut. An energy increase of the electron would shrink the doughnut diameter to the next resonant frequency. If you look at this, http://en.wikipedia....transitions.svg . Looking at the electron with my possible idea the drawing is backwards where the ground state would be at N6 not N1. N1 would be the highest energy state.
Quote from: Vern on 16/10/2010 04:16:01The script is a kinda spoof. Ah! So it's more like Monty Photon then?