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Old 12-18-2007, 02:50 AM
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Default Scattering and atomic energy



Light that is of the wrong or shorter wavelength than can be absorbed
fully might scatter with an atomic electron and raise it's energy
level through partial absorption(the Compton effect.) I propose that
matter might steel a light wave's energy in order to go through
orbital transitions.

Mitch Raemsch -- Falling Toward Light --
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