Main Question or Discussion Point
Are sine waves the waves that are theoretically deemed to be the waves [naturally] emitted by all matter? Or am I getting them confused with something else?
No!!zhana said:Is it suggested that elementar photons travel and look like sine waves?
The question is again on the "edge" of regularity.Quantum physics description of wave package of a photon ,as always,includes oscillatory terms,but photon locallity being the problem .So attenuation.Wave function even admits the interpretation photon potentialy spreads over entire universe.Imparcticle said:So are sine waves emitted by all matter or not?
No. Sine waves are mathematical objects. Matter is physical. So your question makes no sense. A sensible question would be: are such-and-such type of physical waves accurately represented as sine waves?Imparcticle said:So are sine waves emitted by all matter or not?