And consequently provides zero resistance?
How about neutrino resonances? (Do you mean "opaque" or "zero resistance"?)
Sorry for being so vague Loren, but there is more to the question I had in mind. I definatly mean Opaque, and if I am looking for is the 'coldest' possible energy 'waves'?
The 'fabric' of Space diffracts energy according to the amplitude(with respect to direction), for the 'new kind of matter', I presume that there is 'NO' many paths for light travelling through a 'medium-like' supersolid state.
The QM theory uses the 'many-paths' as a foundational bedrock, I think Feynman would be questioning his path integral formilization, all paths are mono-directional!
"Coldest" waves? Gravitational waves from inflation.
The dynamical Arrow of Time.
I knew I had some issue's with a discrete action of particles of light(photons) travelling through Space and through a Spacetime.
Seems Feynman did to!..going through my books on Feynman, I found what I was looking for, but I am going to give it another rigourous reading, but here's what Feynman says:In this example, the photons travel through space to get to the detectors-they are neither reflected nor transmitted-so now is a good time for me to stop disregarding the fact that light spreads out as it goes along. I now present you with the complete rule for monochromatic light travelling from one point for another through space-there is nothing approximate here, and no simplification.END QUOTE.
This is very interesting from my perspective as I had asked in another thread about the dispersion of photons from one location to another, spreading out of hv,(as many people ask similar questions to a photons behaviour!).
But for now I am going to reflect on Feynmans workings for a day or two?
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