Unlocking the Secrets of the Universe and Infinite Life Revised


It is believed that when a light photon strikes any non-illuminated surface that can be illuminated will become illuminated and continue to be illuminated by incoming light photons. Any incoming light photons over and above those that are needed to keep the surface illuminated, because of and similar to the Photoelectric Effect would be repelled to continue their journeys.

Exploring another possibility of what could possibly enable a light photon to complete a circle of travel throughout the universe would be to examine light refraction, reflection, diffraction, deflection and common light interference, in conjunction with the Photoelectric Effect (see previous page). An example; from a great distance if planet Earth was miniaturized to the size of a marble, its peaks like Mt. Everest and valleys like the Grand Canyon would disappear, its surface from a distance would appear smooth as glass. Farther along, light photons approaching any non-illuminated planet or body of mass may be repelled by deflection from the planet’s surface because its surface could possibly reflect enough light outwardly to repel extra incoming photons. Those planets or bodies of mass may be simply and variably illuminated from distant stars throughout the universe. Although the light may be dim, the outwardly reflected light may be sufficient for the Photoelectric Effect to repel any excess incoming light photons – enabling them to continue their curvilinear journeys. Perhaps that is one reason many planets or bodies of mass remain unseen.

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Unlocking the Secrets of the Universe and Infinite Life Revised
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