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Resolution of the Wave-Particle Duality
with the Field-Wave Photon Model

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


o Electrical and Magnetic fields naturally propagate at the speed of light.  

o EM wave photons can superimpose upon each other without disturbing each other.

o The trajectories of EM wave photons are not influenced by magnetic or electric fields, other than to the extent the field changes the ì and å of the space through which it transits.

o Waves conducting through a medium have a characteristic velocity, and that velocity increases or decreases with a change in the medium’s springiness.  In electro-magnetic terms, the springiness is defined as a product between the electrical permittivity (å) and the magnetic permeability (ì).  And the speed of light is computed by the formula c = 1 √ìå.  The EM wave changes its velocity as it goes through various media, e.g. air, glass, and water.  The ì and å change in each of these media.  The relative velocity of light in different light conductive media is reflected in the refractive index of the various light-transmissive substances.  

o The wave model of the photon is consistent with phenomena such as the Doppler shift, interference, refraction, and reflection.

o The wave model of the photon explains the limitations on microscopic resolution related to photon wavelength, and it explains the variation in refractive angle associated with wavelength and seen in the rainbow and prism splitting colors.

o The wave model explains the phenomenon of polarized light.

o And finally, the EM wave photon packet of energy can create the particle-like behavior observed in the photoelectric effect.