In the so-called 2 slits experiments, light waves pass through 2 parallel slits at same time, are interfering with themselves on the other side and are forming interferences as expected; it turns out that particle photons sent through the same slits should not provide interferences, yet they nevertheless do.

Even though incompatible the wave and the particle photon are integral part of science's mathematics interpretation.

Energy

In this equation,

In science's physics this

In this gravimotion interpretation, a photon

A photon is

And the higher the photon

The photon energy is rewritten here

Definning the photon as having a duration in time, just as the wave has, makes light duality vanish into thin air.

A volume involving space and time is called motion-volume in gravimotion; motion-volumes are equivalent to science's energy moving in time and space; instead of being instantaneous as a point particle is, a photon is occurring as a motion-volume.

In the animations proposed here, single photons are moving from your screen to your eyes. Each photon is occurring as a motion-volume, a cylinder having for base the surface area of the green circle and for length the time duration of the green radius revolution, the whole impacting your eyes. This motion-volume length, a time duration, while ignored in science, is nevertheless called the

The green radius of length

The green rotating radius orientation determines an angle, the cosine of this angle represented in yellow coincides to the electric field variation, the sine in blue to the magnetic field.

As can be seen the electric (yellow) and magnetic (blue) fields are at 90 degrees with respect to each other just as defined in science; yet these sine and cosine values are offset in time by a quarter of a

Now the Pythagorean theorem, which states that the hypotenuse squared of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the 2 other sides squared is taken advantage of; the green, yellow and blue sides of the triangles in the above right illustration are now graphically squared with green yellow and blue squares.

The side of the green square (the square coinciding to the wave energy) is chosen as being

The rotating green square is representing the wave energy as a whole; the yellow and blue squares are representing the individual electric and magnetic energies. In the real world the green representation is occurring as a combination of the yellow and blue energies.

The

The magnetic and electric motion-volumes are alternatively decreasing, increasing in favor of each other along a cycle; both motion-volumes (fields) complement each other, while their sum is remaining constant.

Now below are appearing one after the other non polarized photons.

In gravimotion interpretation of Nature, both electric and magnetic motion-volumes are acting on their own; their interaction causing the wave propagation, or its continuation in space-time (in reality), all in all implementing the wave's reality.

Note that mixing equal amounts of blue and yellow paint provides green paint; the yellow and blue colors have been chosen purposely to embody electric magnetic oneness. The green squares above representing an average; when the yellow square (electric) is reaching its minimum volume the green square should actually be blue (all magnetic); and when the blue (magnetic) is getting to its minimum volume the green (the wave) should actually be yellow; at 45, 135, 225 and 315 degrees only do electric and magnetic fields balance instantaneously each other, the yellow and blue squares having at that precise movement all identical sides.

Planck's constant

The electromagnetic wave energy

and Einstein's famous

**Note 1 :** Up until may 2021, date of this page first writing, all literature on the photon specifically defines ** f** as a

The photon's ambiguity that is its lack of specificity regarding both its

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