A Theory of Light without Photons: Implications from Fermis to Light Years
A new theory of elementary matter , that rejects the photon concept of light, has led to generalizations that have physical implications and have made numerical predictions in the domains of elementary particle physics, atomic physics and astrophysics.
KeywordsElementary Matter Fine Structure Constant Charged Matter Physical Vacuum Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanic
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