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What is a photon?
And how and why are photons massless?
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
J Aetherom Res, Volume 2, Issue 9 (January 2012), pp. 1-30
Article ID: JAR02-09-01
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The electromagnetic and aetherometric theories of the photon are succinctly compared. Experimentally and theoretically, photons are shown to be massfree particles devoid of electric charge
or structure. The fundamental types of photons - ionizing and blackbody, and amongst the latter,
high and low frequency ones - are distinguished by their physical fine structure, and their chemical
and biological effects. Production of photons is shown to always be local and referenced to the inertial frame of the emitter (massbound charge), even when photons display significant ballistic-like displacement, as is the case with ionizing photons. The theorized mass of photons is functionally found
to be the amplitude wavelength for the displacement of the photon energy flux, and the latter analyzed by the particularities of its Space- and Time-manifolds. Photons are shown to have a globular
wave envelope. The energy flux of all photons obeys a universal timing constant, but because the globular envelope of blackbody photons is a composite one, the duration of the formation of a complete
blackbody envelope is given by the reciprocal of the quantum frequency of its light and energy.