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If two photons travel in parallel through the magnifying glass, one through the center and one through the outer perimeter, what causes the photons to change their path through a magnifying glass?
Would the point where they meet (focal length) be affected by :Their orientation with respect to each other?Their wavelength?
What will happen at the focal point if:They arrive in phase?Are photons able to combine to higher amplitudes,or are they only more closely packed together?They arrive out of phase?Are photons able to annihilate one another?
If a giant magnifying glass was made.Could it be used to bend radio waves?
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