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Old 03-29-2008, 06:01 PM
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On Mar 29, 10:02 am, "Autymn D. C." <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

Aut, you are very nuts -- and you don't heed (or read) my posts. If
each foton is omnidirectional then how is it that a laser beam is
not? All one needs to do to show radio waves are transverse is to
demonstrate polarization. I've seen no satisfactory demonstration of
that to date even though transverse propagation is almost totally
assumed in this day and age. As I said, a large dipole experiment in
space could settle it, but so far nobody has done that. What I
actually suspect is that electromagnetic radiation actually consists
of BOTH transverse and longitudinal waves in some ratio. I presume at
light frequencies the longitudinal component is very minor
(corresponding perhaps to the leakage in crossed Polaroids) and in VLF
radio the transverse component would be equally minuscule.

(Sorry for the muttish, but it's ^H^Hs all my retarded mind knows)


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On Mar 29, 11:01*am, Benj <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

[Only registered users see links. ] in the [fotonic]
transition's shape is the main wherefore; Fresnel interfaces are the
next.


As I wrote in other threads about orbitals, polarisation is direct
proof of discrete orbits such as your circula. Know already its axis
is a pseudovector, hennes the odd "transverse" name.


Longitudinal waves with nonzero power would be material--or elèctronic
sound.

-Aut
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