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Re: Questioning Light

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Posted by jerome kitt/">jerome kitt on July 25, 1999 11:39:35 UTC

electron has mass and paritle nature. We see mostly the wave side. : My point is that a photon behaves like a particle and a wave. Maybe a photon has mass but so little we can't detect it.....Maybe not. : Does any one know of the sure test that proved without a shadow of a dought that a photon has no mass. : Or does it relate to the zero rest mass and apparnt : mass with its velocity....

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