Chapter 3 - Wave Theory and Quarks
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All energetic matter is composed of two clearly visible loops; especially in polarized light we see each one separately. These two loops are unstable light forms; conjugated, they are stable, natural forms (wave) of light (photon) and create an electro-magnetic wave (particle). They appear more clearly in lower phase formations and their magnetic properties are stronger.

To explain the structure of waves and their behaviour, I will use the photon as a model, because it is both a particle and a wave and it is well known to physicists.

A photon has a loop with energetic properties and another with magnetic properties, but each takes on some of the properties of the other (picture below).

Depending on the amount of energy in the swirl and the energetic paths, the relationship between the loops may be strong or weak. In a high-energy wave, the relationship is very loose, as in polarized light, and its space is large. The energetic loop is dominant (picture below).

In a low-energy wave, the link is strong because the magnetic loop has magnetic (attracting, pulling, gluing, gravitational) photon properties and is dominant, creating a more solid object (wave, particle). The photon is more like a particle. On the other hand, a photon with more energetic matter is larger (even though invisible to us) and behaves more like a wave. A photon with a low-energy loop is smaller. Although magnetic loops have a great deal of energy, like neutron stars, their gravitational properties act only within a small range inside magnetic loops.

We can separate the two loops and get a polarized stream of loops. In high-energy photons, these two loops are in more transverse positions.

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