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You Said You Add Heat To Make Light, So Light Isn't The Source

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on December 14, 2003 20:30:59 UTC

The comments I made were in response to
"William Witt" and his essay about light being the source which drives things. I wrote an alternate view.
Now, William writes:
"What about incandesence? Light can be "made" by converting electrons into photons by heating an element, or chemical conversion i.e. bulding a fire. the electrons thus converted give off other particals beside the photons (conservation of mass and energy) . Read a book on physics or electronics or mathmatics or something before you compose goofy theories without knowlege of past theories."
If you are adding energy to make light, then it would be difficult to use that as evidence that light is the source driving things.
Do you wish to remain anonymous, or would you like to tell us about your own "physics" background?

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