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Old 1st October 2008, 05:33 AM   #62
Tubbythin
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Originally Posted by ozziemate View Post
yeah as if I don't know it...yet you know once a skeptic always a skeptic. The model used requires at all instances a reflective mass. Other wise light can not be deemed to be present.
The reflective mass must be used to prove the existance of light.
So in the vaccuum of space between us and the Sun there is no light?

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So how can we be certain that the effect of light requires a photon travelling and not just the reflective mass demonstrating the effect without the photon.
It could clearly be either except one object exists and the other object is an abstraction
How does your mass model explain the photoelectric effect, QED and all the other observations? If it can't its utterly redundant. If it does there's a Nobel prize winging your way.
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