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Retrocausal photon research

retrocausal photons

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#1 treonsverdery

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Posted 21 May 2015 - 07:40 PM

Scientists have published research at peer reviewed journals about changing the travel paths of photons at previous chronological moments. http://grad.physics....sb.edu/~amarch/

I have recorded a few ideas about this then published them online The link is actually a graduate research thing, that a different person is active at.

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Posted 20 December 2015 - 10:37 PM

The photons are entangled and the fact that magentism has memory in the fabric of space explains the chronolgical strangeness/delays and the photons path/field positions at thier destinations respectively to the processional effects the apparatus had placed on the photon inertial spin. Photons should be considered as pairs imo.
I keep telling people in the philosophy threads that the consciousness is around us not in our brains, I don't think they understand the qualities of magnetism well.

Edited by Multivitz, 20 December 2015 - 10:44 PM.

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Posted 16 April 2016 - 10:15 PM

I had been previously absent thinking about how a retrocausal phton would actually also produce retrocausal EM fields  This physics department description of phtons as well as magnetic fields is readable



there a physics writes

"The electromagnetic interaction is mediated by the constant exchange of photons from one charged object to another. The magnetic field is really just a classical approximation to the photon-exchange picture. In a moving reference frame, a magnetic field appears instead as a combination of a magnetic field and an electric field, so electric and magnetic fields are made of the same "stuff" (photons).

Some electromagnetic interactions involve "real" photons with definite frequencies, energies, and momenta. Electrostatic and magnetic fields involve the exchange of "virtual" photons instead. Very close to an electron is a dense cloud of virtual photons which are constantly being emitted and re-absorbed by the electron. Some of these photons split into electron-positron pairs (or pairs of even heavier stuff), which recombine into photons which are re-absorbed by the original electron. These virtual particle loops screen the charge of the electron so that far away from an electron it appears as if it has less charge than close by.

Normally we wouldn't call any of these fields "matter", but it is true that the electric and magnetic fields which surround a charged object like an electron do store energy, and therefore have a rest mass, via E=mc^2 (in a reference frame in which the electron has no momentum)."

Edited by treonsverdery, 16 April 2016 - 10:16 PM.

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