I’ve done a lot of thinking about the relativistic twist idea and photons, and realized that if this approach is correct, I should be able to find a twist solution to the relativistic quantized wave equation (Klein-Gordon equation). This wave equation was originally an attempt to give the electron states of an atom, but doesn’t work on electrons (my own theory would say that as well since I model electrons not as a relativistic quantized wave but as a twist ring). However, the equation should work for photons. The basic wave equation is purely linear, which is why my attempts to find a quantized twist solution failed–but further thinking resulted in the realization that quantization and special relativity together should permit such a solution, and it seems to me that starting with the Klein-Gordon equation would be logical.

Agemoz

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