How light can bend around an object (In Draft)
By: Richard Brown
Pictures and illustrations are the work of David LaPoint.
David is the plasma researcher responsible for the video series known as The Primer Fields.
In his research, David has outlined some very specific ideas on how structures of matter and energy are both created and maintained.
I happen to believe that his theories in this matter are valid with little to no change in idea or concept required.
With that however, I do believe that this understanding of matter and energy needs to be explored. It needs to be thought about. Applied to other thoughts and ideas we’ve had about the world around us.
Everything from universal formation, light and energy, matter, and even gravity.
Don’t worry, relativity is still with us, as are the other laws we know to be true. Nothing’s changed there, but HOW these interactions work, and HOW we understand their mechanisms is what is being challenged.
If we understand a single photon of light as being a structure of quanta (energy or information) that has a small amount of mass due to it’s high energy, high density containment and field matter.
It would look something like this.
The colors red and blue are representative of the field polarity of the photon.
Red representing North, and blue representing south.
Now let’s take the single photon and place them in a row with other photons.
Notice how the fields are attracted to one another and hold position. All relative. all sharing information, all part of the same whole, and all individual as well.
Remember though that the fields themselves are actually invisible though. (This is most likely due to the unimaginably small size of the quanta that is making up the energy stream and the structure to begin with)
So, looking at the row of photons this way, lets imagine that they are traveling at a proximity and an angle so as to just miss us, but the fields of the photons make contact.
In the physical world, this contact would make the photon turn slightly because of the drag on the fields on the side of the fields hitting us.