HPeeler Posted February 3 Report Share Posted February 3 All referenced literature says a photon has a frequency. But the frequency is not just the individual photon. The frequency is the whole wave of joined photons. By nwhat mechanism do all the photons tay in sync? What keeps the oscillation constant? A pulse of energy is generated by ba RADAR antenna. It has a specific frequency. There is no communication between the photons to keep them in sync. A pulse of light leaves a light source. It has a specific frequency. There is no communication between the photons to keep them in sync. The frequency is in the generation of the source. The photon does not oscillate. Following photons vary in strength. The individual photon does not oscillate … this implies the photon does not have the frequency, contrary to the theory. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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