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Wouldnt this create massive electromagnetic spikes here and there? Just as if you were to add a graph of Y=CosineX to a graph of Y=2CosineX. Add thousands of these of different wavelengths, mathematically you'd get GIGANTIC spikes here and there.

Mathematically, but would it work in the real world? Could that create GIGANTIC spikes of magentic and electrostatic forces, maybe big enough to spontaneously fuse or fission nuclei?

What im getting at is that in attempting to create Fusion in a laboratory with lasers, they are all using the same wavelength, and therefore by using the same wavelength youll never get spikes in the graph, it'll always cancel eachother out.