LIGHT’S DUAL NATURE
By: Leonard Van
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Is there a dual nature of light? It certainly appears that way and with
this essay we are comparing primary waves with secondary waves.
If anything - the phenomenon of light is captivating, and more difficult
to comprehend than even gravity. It
is not without cause that we have spoken of light for a dual nature, or a dual
format, one in the essence of a material something, the other as no more than
waves of an immaterial nature.
And while for so long I suspected it, I hesitated to commit myself for
lack of more evidence, or a better understanding in the nature of light.
My words here then may be taken for facts or speculation, but not all
will be speculation, nor may all of it be facts. And so with that understanding
allow me to enumerate such factors of light as are easily observed.
When we are in a room (Figure 1) and we place one of those laser pens to
shine a little red circle on the opposite wall it can be seen from anywhere in
that room, from A to F. But if we
place ourselves at point X to look at that beam of red light sideways nothing at
all of those waves are to be observed.
The conclusion here must be, that from and by the atoms of the material
of that wall the incoming red waves are either reflected or refracted into all
directions, into thousands upon thousand of them as copies of the first.
We with our laser pen may only be sending a limited number of waves that
are then multiplied many times over. And this is done by any light, for with a
window in one wall the light that passes from the outside inwards is likewise
multiplied many times over to illuminate the entire room.
For is not this a fact that light always travels by a straight
trajectory? If therefore these
waves through the window were not to multiply themselves by the atoms it is
struck upon - only the wall opposite to the window would be lit. Nor is it from
the incoming waves alone that copies are send out into all directions, but these
copies as they are diverted produce yet more copies into any and all directions.
And now that we got this under our belt, let’s have a look at
ourselves, in how it is for us to know that this room is fully illuminated?
We can only perceive anything illuminated if and when the waves of light
pass directly into our eyes, and nowhere else.
How thus do we see the wall? Answer.
In the returning waves from that wall.
And how do we see the furniture, and even our own hands? Here again the
answer is by the waves reflected or refracted from whatever we behold.
And since the room is completely filled with waves going into all
directions, and many billions of light waves can simultaneously enter our
eyeballs, so it is that we observe the entire room with everything in it all at
And how may it be that the little red circle of the laser redirecting so
many of its red wavelength all throughout the room do not show up anywhere
except upon that one spot upon the wall? This
is because in nature there is no such thing as color, nor is it for any
wavelength to have any color, it is only in us to behold color by
interpretation. It is only by a reflection of the original wave that it may be
But now we must come to the real question, as to what these light waves
are material or immaterial, primary or secondary? For here we must adapt a new vocabulary to separate light for
primary and secondary waves. (The dual nature of light)
Since then there are originals and copies of those originals these do not
necessarily specify the dual nature of light. The waves from our laser, and
those that came through the window from the exterior are all secondary waves,
with those emitted or remitted from the atoms of all those substances were but
copies of those secondary waves.
And where might we find the primary type, the ones with a different
nature that is not altogether immaterial? From
the sun of course and from any star or well as any artificial source of like
nature, like its production upon a tungsten element, or a fire, any hot source
where the waves are instigated.
But now we must hesitate here, for how is that computer screen
illuminated when there is no fire nor any waves within that computer to start
with? There is however that
electricity, a rotational magnetic field of force to induce – not primary –
but secondary waves, the type that are immaterial as nothing more than
coordinates, the coordinate of sine formations, nothing more than a movement,
which as it goes onward traces goes by an angular format.
These waves therefore are not likely to harm us, as those of the sun to
tan our skin. these being the magnetic secondary and of little power. And of
course we are to pronounce them as magnetic since there is but a single
spectrum, that of magnetic by and in which all waves come forth.
And now let us step outside into the light of the sun that warms the
earth and causes growth to all living tissue.
Shall it then be by the optic waves that the earth is heated, or if not
even more so by the infrared, the longer ones to which our vision is not tuned?
Be that as it may, what is it with these primary waves as they come
straight down from the sun to illuminate the earth; do not these also move in a
straight line? Of course they do, yet how then is the interior of our homes
illuminated when we have a roof over our heads?
Our answer would be that these primary waves of the sun as they strike
upon the earth are reflected and refracted out into any and all directions with
the ones passing through our window to again multiply themselves illuminating
the whole of our interior. But
these primary waves as they came upon the atoms of all substances did not in
themselves return to anywhere, but newly regenerated copies of their coordinates
were send out by and through the atoms that for their own pattern in coordinates
are very selective in what lengths these will remit, and which not. It is by
that phenomenon that we interpret all things for the color in them.
As then I said that these atoms would remit copies of their coordinates
only, implies that all such redirected and/or remitted waves are secondary
waves, the kind that unlike their parents having a sort of material nature,
these copies are secondary consisting of an immaterial nature.
In my essay entitled, “Light’s Velocity,” I showed two versions of
light, one in lengths, and one as discrete packages of energy.
The one in lengths pertains more to the secondary type of waves, while
the primary contain a volume of substance that I came to call 3W, which is
something of which all atoms subsist rather than the protons and electrons as
man has fabricated. Just because
our solar system consists of a star with planets encircling it - does not mean
that therefore the atoms should be that way.
Volume wise there are more secondary waves passing around us than primary
waves. In experimenting with light we were dumbfounded finding it to be only
waves, and yet again as were they substantial. This was so because sometimes we
experimented with secondary waves while at other times with primary waves. And
when one looks at a man, and then at a woman, yes these two are different, if
one gets the logic of it.
But now I wish to speak of something that has bothered me for a long
time. The rays of the sun are straight down, and as these in secondary form are
remitted from the ground and all else going straight up as well, how is it that
we can see the sky? Or to rephrase the question, how can I look into a void
unless there are waves passing into my eyes to extend into that void?
We cannot from any side see the rays from the sun as they pass through
the air, because the molecules of the air allow for a safe passage to those
waves, and not until they are terminated or struck upon something can we behold
their last point of contact.
If then we can see all that is upon the earth by those last points of
contact, and even an airplane in the sky as also its last points of contact, how
is the air all around that airplane visible to us as a void to look into?
For yes it must be a void since there are no last points of contact for
all those waves into our eyes that appear to us as an open sky.
When for the example I look at a distant tree, the tree is visible
because the waves from it into my eyes were their last point of contact, and
since the air does not arrest any such waves, the air between the tree and me it
as such is transparent. But way
above that tree there is the open sky, and while the waves remitted from the
ground going straight up may illuminate that part of the sky, how am I to see it
that illumination, since these waves in going straight up are not coming into my
eyes? It is all fine and dandy to say that these waves illuminate the sky, but
how do we determine illumination if not by waves directly unto us?
Frustrating is it not? For what am I to believe now – that these
molecules of the air also produce copies of the waves as they pass by them?
If so, then yes I can understand how and why the air is illuminated.
But there is a little snag here for when previously we looked sideways at
those red waves from that laser, these did not produce any copies in conjunction
with the molecules of the air, but only when they came upon the atoms in the
wall, where they went wild to produce copies out of number.
I am beginning to believe that I am in the same boat with all the rest of
the scientists that experimented with light, how on the one hand something must
be, yet on the other hand it proves not to be. Could it be that only primary waves, the ones with a
sure collateral are able to produce copies of the molecules of the air as well
as they do of all else? If so, this
is not so with any secondary wave as our experiment proved it to be. This has
bugged me for a long time, and I presume it will continue to bug me until I can
find some real evidence for it.
Within an airplane some thirty thousand feet up the light as it enters
through the windows illuminates the whole cabin, but where do these waves come
from? If we through these little
windows can see the ground, then yes these could be coming from the ground.
But are that the only ones, or may there be copies by and of the air
molecules as well?
In looking at the sky, as into space we are as such looking into a void,
which is quite understandable when a wave entering our eye moves out through the
air without making any termination upon its molecules, whereby it as such
continues on and on. This may be compared to the haze that appears upon a hot
roadbed, the light there at some specific angle takes a turn, and since that
turn is not any last point of contact other than the air itself, we are
essentially looking into a void. But
that void appears like water, the semblance of it anyway.
In this case the axiom of light’s straight line trajectory is enforced
how we are not able by any line of light to see around corners, around any turn
therein, except when that turn is very gradual like the refracted waves from the
sun while it is below the horizon and yet visible to us.
Or a star hidden behind the sun appears to be passed the sun. This is
called refraction by the roundness of the atmosphere around the earth as well as
around the sun acting like a prism, and has nothing at all to do with gravity.
Our beholding is by angular deviations upon a rotating line of movement.
Make the line straight and it is dark, all because a straight line is not a
rotating formation, or to put it more accurately, the straight lines of magnetic
do not present a width or diameter upon which a code may be encoded.
Nor is there any angular deviation within such lines that first and
foremost serves us with vision that then by the degrees thereof we interpret for
And why must the line in its sine formation be a rotating one? Because a
none rotating drill cannot make any holes, nor produce again rotational movement
to other coordinates, like electricity within our solar panels as one example,
and for a second to perform the same at the back of our eyes, so that in the
form of an electrical coordinate its data may be funneled to the brain where we
as spirits pick it up by still another translation.
How amazing indeed for these billions of bits of data simultaneously
entering our eyes all to be twice translated before it comes to our
interpretation of it. All
this taking place at the speed of light. No wonder therefore that we are able to
read those letters here in this essay, each single letter refracting many
wavelengths unto us all of them neatly arranged so that we may know the
difference between an A, from a B. And
that is but the half of it since all that spacing in between these letters also
remit wavelengths, what therefore is the tally of wavelengths that we are able
to interpret simultaneously?
In our flesh we are most marvelous creatures, but even more so in spirit
to decode countless numbers of data in sight and hearing as well as in what we
feel all at one and the same moment. If then we as no more than specs of dust
are so marvelous, how marvelous must He be who at all times upholds us for life
and being, with all else that is in the universe? With a single look and thought into the universe I feel
myself as nothing at all, and such nothingness is to define how things are made?
Humility therefore is not a vice but acts as gratitude.
If only I could be sure of this that the primary type of light does
indeed form copies of its coordinate by and upon the molecules of our air, it
would explain everything. For this much is a fact that such is not done by the
secondary type of light waves. If then anyone knows of a way to establish the
same with reasonable evidence I would be grateful.