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Old Yesterday, 06:14 PM   #321
Matthew Ellard
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Originally Posted by tazanastazio View Post
This concept also, makes more sense than photons/"packets" of electromagnetic energy traveling the vast distances of space on their own.
You have now reviewed the double slit photon experiment and discovered photons are indeed electromagnetic waves causing interference patterns.

That means

1) Your alternative claim that photons are little bouncing balls has been falsified by science.
2) You inability to replicate your claimed mathematics using the formula you provided yourself, also falsifies your claim,
3) That photon travel through gaps in ice molecule lattice structures falsifies your claim there is no such thing as gaps.

Your claim has now been falsified, three times, using science and mathematics and can now be thrown away as debunked.
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Old Today, 01:47 AM   #322
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I stumbled on this video on YouTube, which seems quite relevant to this topic.
Short (20 minutes) talk on 'Possibilianism'- the idea that all we really know is how much we don't know about the universe, and that saying "I don't know" is actually an enormously valuable thing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP_Q6JqFMf0
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