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i've been told that high frequencies of light can make electrons pop into existence.is it true to say that the light actually turns into the electron / positron pair? or is something else going on?
well, that sounds pretty amazing. are you talking about the electromagnetic spectrum still or could something else do it?
Ok. thanks, lightarrow!What I'm imagining now is a kind of positron / electron annihilation in reverse. Is that fair? So, the key thing is to focus the right amount of energy (in whichever form)on a specific point and the positron and electron (but potentially other particles and anti-particles too) will be created out of the energy (or some other process caused by the concentration of the energy)...that was a long sentence! did i get it right??thanks guys, i'm enjoying trying to get my head round this!