A New Theory of Light


Fundamentally, in the past, photons were thought to deliver light and other electromagnetic radiation, with dual physical properties, namely, waves and particles. However, in reality the theory of photons did not answer all the questions about electromagnetic waves. A new theory of light propagation, which in this study was named the seaton theory, might in the future be able to answer the questions about light propagation and electromagnetic waves. Seaton theory more accurately redefines electromagnetic radiation delivery by a new interpretation. Moreover, a further unique contribution of this study is that the electromagnetic field produced from the coil antenna can be seen if it is oscillated in the range of light frequency.

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Fattah, N. (2015) A New Theory of Light. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 381-383. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.64041.

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