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Motion and growth

  1. Jan 9, 2009 #1
    So, now I look at a peculiar situation with light photon motion and growth.. Can anyone comment on this thought?

    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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  3. Jan 9, 2009 #2

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    How does one "imply" the other? What's the direct derivation from one to the other. It seems as if you simply made it up. And not only that, you're mixing the units with the symbol of the variable. This is very strange.

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