So, now I look at a peculiar situation with light photon motion and growth.. Can anyone comment on this thought?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Assume frequency is VERY important.

Then, E=Mc^2 might imply

E- M A'cf where

(a) A' is meters squared per sec, i.e., m^2/t (lower case m is meters!) and

(b) f is frequency, i.e., 1/t

(c) c is light velocity, m/sec

such that c^2 is identical in units to A'cf, i.e. (m^2/sec)(1/sec)(m/sec) =(m^2/sec^2)

So the ubiquity of photon-electron transitions lie in A' and f!

If A'f = c, then c^2 implies A'f =c. But if not, strange things come out of this..

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