The white spectrum encompasses all visible spectrums and a wide range of frequencies or wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation. It is indeed a fusion of spectrums from different colors and therefore if it is colored, it is not in vain.Read more
The photon and the electron are like a family with a fluid interaction; electron’s motion makes see the photon that could, in turn, make move the electron. So they are in a kind of harmony...Read more
If we take the example of the periodic table of elements as an array, we can see that the hydrogen atom is the foundation stone and the main block of all the elements. In fact, the hydrogen atom is an arrey composed of a single electron which revolves around the proton; the electron which itself is only a collection of "angel photons"...Read more
In our previous articles we described the Electron and the Proton’s structure; the Electron as an array of Photons that rotate on the surface of an imaginary sphere without any central nucleus and the Proton as a dense compact globe filled up of Photons with a radius three times smaller than that of an Electron. In this article we are going to explain the structure of the Neutron; this last component of subatomic world which is composed of the Electron with a Proton in the center.Read more
The photon has different motions, external and internal. The external motion or the projectile from an electron, which consists of two types: a forward motion with a velocity equals to C, which is performed in 3 Dimensions, and a rotational motion in two dimensional plates. So the external motion could be explained in five dimensions. Photon has an internal motion too. This motion also includes two parts: the first one is...Read more
Saleh Theory believes that if we look at the internal motion of the photon, we will find out that the photon in its tiny motions...Read more
The spiral motions of the constructive photons of electron give it a unique characteristic that cause...Read more
Mr. Max Plank measured the amount of energy of a light beam in laboratory. The measured energy for each wavelength is an accurate laboratory value; But the mistake started when they equaled the laboratory value to its theoretical formula, and...