|MadSci Network: Physics|
At any given moment, in any given subatomic volume of space in our environment that is not occupied by a physical object, countless photons converge that have emanated from every point of every angle of every inclination surrounding that speck of space. Yet, infinite numbers of photons stream through the speck in every direction and continue on their way only to past through infinite numbers of identical convergenceís with countless other photons in infinite numbers of identical minute volumes of space. Why donít photons collide, interfere or react with one another?
Re: Why donít photons collide, interfere or react with one another?
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