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http://lighttheory.com/light/proposed.htmAltough model is not good enough,I share the idea of particle acceptance for photon. what do you think about photon particle? or you assuming it only wave?
Consider that mass is composed of photons as described in What is Mass. Each photon has associated with it positive and negative fields which cancel each other when the photons move in a straight line. The fields radiate from a center point of maximum amplitude as in the classic photon model. This center point always moves at the photon's natural speed, the speed of light.When trapped in resonant patterns to become mass, photons still radiate the fields. These fields radiate outward from a center point of each of the photons. Amplitude of the fields diminish as they move outward from the mass. The fields continue to move outward forever and travel at the speed of light. These fields cause gravity as shown below.Max Planck showed in 1900 that photon energy is constant for any certain wave length of light. The wave length, however, is infinitely variable, smoothly over the full range of the electromagnetic field. These two facts make clear that the electromagnetic amplitude of a photon is always a certain value that does not change. If the amplitude did change it would need be a part of Planck's equation, and it is not. This simple fact is the cause of gravity as shown below. Remember that Planck's Constant is a property of space. It represents the positive and negative amplitude limit of an electromagnetic disturbance in space, as shown in the above paragraph. No point in space can exceed this amplitude limit. Another fact leading to the cause of gravity. A photon moving through radiated fields (photon flux) of other photons must then reach its positive and negative amplitude limits taking into account the existing photon flux. Because of this each photon's point of maximum amplitude is offset toward increasing field strength of the photon flux. That is the cause of gravity. It cannot possibly be otherwiseMassive objects, comprised as they are of field-radiating photons, must gravitate toward each other because of the saturation offset of photons. This is one way of looking at gravity in a photonic universe.
You mention that they get into a kind of resonance? Where is this evident? Would love to know more about your thinking here.