I am interested in knowing some things. When an electron moves down an energy level, it releases a photon. How does it do that? What is the process it goes through that a photon is actually released. Waves are electromagnetic, Why is it that they travel at 90 degrees angles to each other, like on a copper wire with electricity flowing through it. Why perpendicular? Also, why does it fluctuate on the same axis, if it was perpendicular to the wave, why doesn't the magnetic part of the wave stay horizontally parallel to the electric part of the wave, in other words, why does the magnetic part flux around the center. Why does it fluctuate at all. It's positive, 0, negative 0, positive, 0, negative 0. Is that because of the electron going back up energy levels? It can't be that. Is it the electron spin? What is the wave at 0, does it exist? EM waves have mass, its very little, but they do, it's pretty commonly well known. I've seen 2 red light waves crossed paths at an angle that was mathematically determined to produce this result. At where they crossed, they performed destructive interference, No light! What happens at that point? Is the mass canceled out too? How can the light waves keep going after they canceled each other out? Why won't they die? What is electricity made of? Do we actually know? We know it's characteristics, I don't want to hear that. Caused my movement of electrons, right? OK, but what IS it? What causes the electron movement to produce the observed effects. What causes the electron to keep it's movement, if you stuck a magnet on it, why wouldn't the electron just stop moving, and be attracted to the magnet? How do electrons transfer their energy from one to another? How does the electricity know when there is a complete circuit? Also How does sonolumenesence work?