Photons
//Bead Panel,// Ngaju people. Borneo 20th century, 33 x 26 cm. From the Teo Family collection, Kuching. Photograph by D Dunlop.
Bead Panel, Ngaju people. Borneo 20th century, 33 x 26 cm. From the Teo Family collection, Kuching. Photograph by D Dunlop.

Let particle P be characterized by some repetitive chain of events

$\Psi ^{\sf{P}} = \left( \sf{\Omega}_{\sf{1}}, \sf{\Omega}_{\sf{2}}, \sf{\Omega}_{\sf{3}} \ \ldots \ \right)$

where each orbital cycle is a bundle of quarks

$\sf{\Omega}^{\sf{P}} = \left\{ \sf{q}_{\sf{1}}, \sf{q}_{\sf{2}}, \sf{q}_{\sf{3}} \ \ldots \ \right\}$

and each quark is described by its phase $\, \delta_{\theta}$. Use this phase to sort quarks into a pair of sets, $\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\circ}}$ and $\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\bullet}}$, so that all quarks of the same phase are in the same set. Then $\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\circ}}$ and $\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\bullet}}$ are called phase-components of P, and they are out of phase with each other. We write

$\sf{\Omega}^{\sf{P}} =\left\{\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\circ}} ,\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\bullet}} \vphantom{\left( \mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\circ}} \right)} \right\}$ and $\delta_{\theta} \left( \mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\circ}} \right) =- \, \delta_{\theta} \left( \mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\bullet}} \right)$

Now let P be an almost perfectly phase anti-symmetric particle so that $\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\circ}} = \overline{\mathcal{A}_{\LARGE{\bullet}}}$ for all types of quarks except down quarks. Then we define a photon $\large{\gamma} \,$ as a particle like P, that also satisfies the conditions that

$N^{\mathsf{D}} = N^{\mathsf{U}} \! \pm 8$ and $\left| {\Delta}n^{\sf{Z}} \right| = \begin{cases} \ \ 0 \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ &{\sf{Z \ne D}} \\ \ge 8 \ &\sf{\text{if}} \ &{\sf{Z = D}} \end{cases}$

These constrain the spin $\, \sigma \,$ and the inner radius $\, \rho_{\LARGE{\bullet}} \,$ so that, for all photons

$\sigma \left( \large{\gamma} \right) = 1$ and $\begin{align} \rho_{\LARGE{\bullet}} \left( \large{\gamma} \right) \ge \sqrt{ \frac{hc}{2 \pi k_{\sf{F}}} \vphantom{\frac{hc}{2 \pi k_{\sf{F}}}^2} } \end{align}$
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Sensory interpretation: Photons are objectified from experiences that have a lot of symmetry between sensations felt on the left and right sides. For example, binocular or stereoscopic vision.
Right.png Next step: characteristics of photons.

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