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You get down into the composition of the fields, which to me is known only to the extent that we know how a magnetic field action creates an electric field action etc.

Is it possible that a dot wave might be a point in space where electric and magnetic amplitude are the maximum that space can support and that dot is surrounded by a wave of electric and magnetic amplitude that diminishes as the inverse square of distance away from the dot? []

This is close to how I see a quantum of energy, except two dots are needed to complete the wave cycle.

Yes. My single dot does not have the property of mass. It takes a plus dot and a minus dot to produce a mass dot. A single dot has energy

Quote from: jerrygg38Yes. My single dot does not have the property of mass. It takes a plus dot and a minus dot to produce a mass dot. A single dot has energyThat looks kinda like a photon. T2 and T5 are connected to the dots; the hash marks front to back are the waves.

Have you thought about the composition of the dot of your dot-wave. Is it possible that it might be a saturated point where electric and magnetic amplitude is the maximum that it can ever be in space?

The fields must saturate. Otherwise Planck's constant wouldn't be a constant. Since electric and magnetic amplitude are not considered in the Planck equation, they must be constant.

This is because Maxwell’s equations clearly state that the rate of change of electromagnetic fields determines the energy, and Planck’s constant clearly states that frequency alone determines the energy.

I suspect that Planck's constant comes from the saturation amplitude of a quantum of energy. ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please REGISTER or LOGIN equations for that but in looking through it just now, I don't see a value for the amplitude. I can't figure how the Planck length would be associated with Planck's constant. It seems to me to be just one of those Quantumania inventions []Quote from: Kemp linkThis is because Maxwell’s equations clearly state that the rate of change of electromagnetic fields determines the energy, and Planck’s constant clearly states that frequency alone determines the energy.