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Photon Puzzle

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Posted by kev on July 6, 2000 19:42:12 UTC

Puzzle: If light is dual (photon AND wave) then how does the photon (particle) travel at the speed of light, hit a reflective object at 180 degree angle (decelerate to zero) and go off in the other direction at the speed of light? I don`t believe a particle could do that. Only a wave could. Feedback?

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