Unique Definition of the Three-Dimensional Trajectory of Photon

A Revolution in Light Theory

Light and its nature have caused a lot of ink to flow during these last decades. Its dual behavior is partly explained by Double-slit experiment of Thomas Young - who represents the photon’s motion as a wave - and also by the Photoelectric effect in which the photon is considered as a particle. However, Einstein himself writes: "It seems as though we must use sometimes the one theory and sometimes the other, while at times we may use either. We are faced with a new kind of difficulty.

SALEH THEORY solves this ambiguity and this difficulty presenting a three-dimensional trajectory for the photon's motion and a new formula to calculate its energy.

New Definition of the Colorfulness of Photon


In SALEH THEORY, we believe on the helical motion of photon, of which r is the gyroradius around an imaginary axis. This means that the photon has two simultaneous motions: rectilinear motion at constant speed and rotary motion at constant angular velocity.

The visible spectrum is one of the concepts that have attracted much comment. In SALEH THEORY the distinction of spectrums is due to the gyroradius; and its changes induce the colorfulness. In fact, the increase of the gyroradius means reciprocally the widening of the wavelength. For example, the long wavelength of the red spectrum is a result of the high value of its gyroradius r, while for the blue spectrum, it’s the opposite.

Black Light

Black Light

Know that the photon has a short life but also a long life you’d think that it has seen the whole Universe. If you look at the corners of the Universe, you see flashing lights that come to you and carry the secrets of 13 billion years ago. The photon, as a messenger, revive the past moments; as a little angel illustrates the whole universe; without it, the darkness would dominate the universe… darkness, grief, one over another ... This courageous minuscule has brought us with him the lighting of life, the existence, the heat ..

The domain of electromagnetic spectrum is very large and a small region of it is called the Visible Region. It contains packets of elemental energy, from red to violet. Apart from this, there is also the partially visible region that is clearly perceptible for two observer groups. The lower region called Infrared and the upper one called Ultraviolet

Were I a photon, how would I perceive the world and how the world would perceive me?


It is known from the Earth that it traverses a distance of one meter in 2.15*10-3 seconds; or a second is the time that it takes to move 465 meters. Thus the photon moves 3*108 meters in a second. And if we define the unit of measure on the basis of the photon’s motion, in fact a meter is the distance that the photon travels in 33.33*10-10 seconds. It can, therefore, advance thousands of meters in a hundredth of a second.

Let us say that the photon is an object or a physical person who performs his tasks at such an incredible speed; how can he perceive, this fast and cunning photon, the rest of the world?