A Circularly Polarized Photon

Consider a photon $\, \gamma _{\tiny{\bigcirc}}$ characterized by the repetitive chain of events $\, \Psi = \left( \sf{\Omega}_{\sf{1}}, \sf{\Omega}_{\sf{2}}, \sf{\Omega}_{\sf{3}} \ \ldots \ \right)$ where each cycle is the bundle of quarks

$\sf{\Omega} \left( \gamma_{\tiny{\bigcirc}} \right) \equiv \sf{\left\{ \left\{ d, m \right\}, \left\{ \bar{d}, \bar{m} \right\}, \left\{ d, a, \right\}, \left\{ \bar{d}, \bar{a} \right\}, \left\{d, m, \bar{e} \right\}, \left\{ \bar{d}, \bar{m}, e \right\}, \left\{d, a, g \right\}, \left\{\bar{d}, \bar{a}, \bar{g} \right\} \vphantom{ \Sigma^{\Sigma^{\Sigma}}_{\Sigma_{\Sigma}} } \right\}}$

//Bead Panel//, Bahau people. Borneo 20th century, diameter 38 cm. From the Teo Family collection, Kuching. Photograph by D Dunlop.
Bead Panel, Bahau people. Borneo 20th century, diameter 38 cm. From the Teo Family collection, Kuching. Photograph by D Dunlop.

To satisfy Anaxagorean narrative conventions, Cantor's definition of a set, and Pauli's exclusion principle, we require that all the quarks in this bundle are perfectly distinct. So $\sf{\Omega}$ has been written-out above to explicitly show that multiple rotating and muonic quarks can be distinguished from each other by their association with various electronic quarks. This ensures that $\, \gamma _{\tiny{\bigcirc}}$ is a set, and it is necessary because WikiMechanics depends on using arithmetic and algebra. Particles must be logically well-defined so that we can use mathematics to account for them.

$\gamma _{\tiny{\bigcirc}}$ is circularly polarized

$\begin{align} p \left( \gamma _{\tiny{\bigcirc}} \right) = \frac {2 }{c} \left( U^{\mathsf{g}} + U^{\mathsf{e}} \right) \sqrt{ \, k_{mm} + k_{ee} + 2k_{em} \, \vphantom{k^{2}}} \end{align}$

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