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Posted by Duane Eddy on August 15, 2003 13:31:48 UTC

If the photon is “said” to be attracted to the mass then the mass must be “said” to be attracted to the photon. If not then the requirement for an equal and opposite reaction would be violated. If the photon must attract the mass then the photon must attract another photon.

If a pair of cloaked photons are reflected by a surface, will they transfer momentum to the surface only in the percentage they are out of phase or will the full impact of their mass impact the surface as if they are not cloaked?

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