generation of light
- Generation of light; Quantum photon effects
The one puzzling feature about EM generation is how does the energy
go from 0 to c in one wave length? Given Newton's formula the
acceleration is huge beyond belief.
The other feature is light as a wave must have something to move
on like the waves in the ocean which consists of water, a liquid.
The basic assumption was that it moved through the vacuum of
Space which was consists of no particular matter. For the solar
System the space is filled with the solar wind consisting mainly of
ions of hydrogen and helium.
If we considered EM to travel from point to point via a special
universe, this universe would have special characteristics
allowing wave and photon particle travel to proceed. To avoid the o
to c acceleration this universe would have to be like a pedestrian
travel belt where a person walking at a mile an hour steps on a belt
which is going 5 miles per hour.
The only acceleration a person feels is an upward acceleration which
is perpendicular to the belt. Entrance to the universe is through an
antenna or gateway to this universe that travels faster
than the speed of light.
This universe went past our universe per the Big Bang theory at
the 300,000 year mark the so called beginning of light era. Prior
to this mark matter which can generate light was made by having
hydrogen atoms turn into neutrons and hydrogen molecules become alpha
particles. This requires a period of condensation
brought on by rapid cooling of the universe.
Today we have Quasars, Blazers, AGNs, etc. which generate jets
of materials mostly from opposite directions which can go out
many parsecs from the source. Where does this material come
The jets can move faster than the speed of light twisting and turning
and changing magnitudes in times that are only possible
by movement faster than c. This second universe is filled with large
quantities of energy that is leaking into our universe creating
stars and galaxies.
Hubble's idea that we are looking backward into time is mistaken
since if we can look backward, we should be able to see the future.
It is like saying a destination is 15 minutes away which could be
anything from 15 to 150 miles depending on your velocity.
The other puzzles are:
Why are there so many double stars? How can they stay together
Given their extreme orbit values?
Within our local area, why are there 35 red stars out of the nearest
Are we misapplying the Doppler equation for light?
How do we get wavelengths in the 3000-8000 A out of a particle
which is only 1-2 A across?