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I Light activates dark matter.

  1. Feb 4, 2017 #1
    I was wondering if the amount of unaccounted matter in the universe could be deactivated photons that are undetectable until a stimulus is applied to them. We perceive the a light in the distance as activated photons not rays of light. But as the light leaves the photon it becomes dark again and thus undetectable. So the speed of light is how fast a light stimulus is traveling from photon to photon.
     
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