Subject: How does electron action account for instantaneous photon velocity ?
Date: Fri May 21 14:02:38 2004
Posted by Ray
Grade level: grad (non-science)
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Area of science: Physics
I have searched your archives but can not find an explanation ( how &/or why ) a photon can be emitted "instantaneously" at c WITHOUT being accelerated . Please explain the "mechanism" of this feat ( & for that matter, how_any_ process can be "instantaneous" ( ref. #1082172077.Ph ).?? Thank you
Re: How does electron action account for instantaneous photon velocity ?
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