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Coming from a culinary background is not a problem.
I hope to present this as a theory on how to produce mass from entanglement.
Please understand I come from a culinary backround and my terminology
may be incorrect.
I should have looked at the author of the post before reading. This is a warning to all who come after me, turn back now, or forever lose 5 minutes of your life.
The definition of a photon is a particle that has energy and movement; but, it does not have mass or electrical charge.
•Photons are unique and stand out from other particles because of their properties. This is because photons have the properties of waves as well as the properties of a normal particle.
Quite often, a photon is said to be a "particle of light;" however, radio transmission, X-rays and gamma rays are also made up of particles. Although they may not always be called photons, they are the same phenomena at different frequencies.
A single light photon can cause a neuron in your retina to fire or convert silver iodide to silver and iodine on photographic film. However, a single radio photon is nearly impossible to detect, and all by itself, is not doing anything that we want to measure.
planeteer (plural planeteers)
1.Someone who helps protect the environment.