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Hi Vern,The more I read about your photon-only theory, the more you have me convinced.
Is it also possible that the photon's path, when bent from it's usual straight line path, also induces a charge? If so, then the bending of this path is responsible for the charge and has more to do with the character of space itself and less to do with the energy or matter involved in the process.
We await the great influx of wisdom that you may insert into this discussion. 
Henry Cavendish in 1784 (in an unpublished manuscript) and Johann Georg von Soldner in 1801 (published in 1804) had pointed out that Newtonian gravity predicts that starlight will bend around a massive object. The same value as Soldner's was calculated by Einstein in 1911 based on the equivalence principle alone. However, Einstein noted in 1915 in the process of completing general relativity, that his (and thus Soldner's) 1911-result is only half of the correct value. So Einstein was the first to calculate the correct value for light bending.
The bent path of a photon must produce electric charge.How so?
Even when I try and model both the electric and magnetic forces contributing to the positive feedback,What do you mean when you say, ''positive feedback..''? What is the feedback?