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Math Suggests Photons Are Hyperspace Objects

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Posted by Alan on December 19, 2001 06:22:31 UTC

As in hyperspace; an instant can seem like a great distance or time span from a lower dimensional space.

Photons may be "hyper-mass"; and the particle-wave duality may involve a wave across dimensions thus can not have a position in the lower dimension space (or if you obtained a position of a photon in a lower-dimension space you would not know the momentum, you would have a reduced-dimension view of the situation).

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