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Detection of extremely low intensity light by photomultiplier has convinced many people that every spike shown on the oscilloscope is indicating a detection of single photon.
You would need to do better than the current model if you wanted to add anything to the field. Essentially you need to answer two questions.What problems do you think exist?How have you solved them?
Photons are not classical particles or classical waves, They are photons.We can explain refraction etc perfectly well.You may not be familiar with the explanation.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photon_polarizationetc would be a good start.
Photons don't have a "size"
Do you realise that it's your job to look for explanations, not mine?The simple version of the photon model of refraction is that the photon is absorbed and then re-emitted. The delay slows down the passage of the photon through the material. Refraction is all about the change in speed of light.It seems to me that you are trying to belittle the photon model without even bothering to understand it.That's not science- it's religion.
I asked you because you are the one who claimed to have perfectly well explanation, while I can't find such a thing from the internet.
I just thought you had a better explanation than that.Maybe we just have different standard for a perfectly well explanation.Or do you think that first page of google search provide best explanation?