To do this I need to build the description of the photon,

The photon is an analog of information about the emitting baryon. This data structure called the photon holds information on the emitting baryon's nature.

The information contained in a photon transmits the temperature of the emitting baryon.

A bit of information is called a meme. Fractals are used to reduce the complex information to smaller, more discrete variables. Three memes rotating, producing 4 bits of information.

Level of information.

Lever 4 data is raw information. All higher level dataset is a derivative of the level 4 data.

Level 4 data is 4 bit

Level 3 dataset is 16 bits

Level 2 dataset is 64 bits

Level 1 dataset is 256 bits

3 Level 4 datasets + rotation = 1 Level 3 rotating dataset.

3 Level 3 datasets + rotation = 1 Level 2 rotating dataset

3 Level 2 datasets + rotation = 1 Level 1 rotating dataset

3 Level 1 datasets + rotation = 1 photon.

4 dimensions of information in 4 dimensions of space.

Wave Length: u(λ,T) = ((8(pi)hc)/λ^5)*(1/e^(hc/λkT)-1)

Planck's Equations are quite useful. The reason they work so well is they are not influenced by gravity. By using Max Planck wave length equations, we can derive the temperature and frequency of the wave length.

The wavelength of a photon is the information about the photon.

The memes of the (L1)wave length are;

(L2) the wave length

(L2)the radius of the wave length to the midpoint of rotation at the largest area of the cone.

(L2) the velocity of the spin

(L2)previous position ((L3)x,y,z).

Frequency: u(v,T) = ((8(pi)hv^3)/(c^3))*(1/(e^(hv/kT)-1)

The frequency of the photon is the intensity of the emitting baryon.

The memes of the (L1) Frequency are

(L2) angular momentum of each meme.

(L2) The frequency or vibration of each meme.

(L2) Spin Velocity (speed and direction) of each meme.

(L2) Previous Spin Velocity.

u = spectra. The emitting Baryon leaves its identification on the spectra. Along the spectral line, where the temperature = 0, identifies the emitting baryon and the history of photon and W+/- Boson interactions. Spectra is the temperature.

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The photon is an analog of information about the emitting baryon. This data structure called the photon holds information on the emitting baryon's nature.

The information contained in a photon transmits the temperature of the emitting baryon.

A bit of information is called a meme. Fractals are used to reduce the complex information to smaller, more discrete variables. Three memes rotating, producing 4 bits of information.

Level of information.

Lever 4 data is raw information. All higher level dataset is a derivative of the level 4 data.

Level 4 data is 4 bit

Level 3 dataset is 16 bits

Level 2 dataset is 64 bits

Level 1 dataset is 256 bits

3 Level 4 datasets + rotation = 1 Level 3 rotating dataset.

3 Level 3 datasets + rotation = 1 Level 2 rotating dataset

3 Level 2 datasets + rotation = 1 Level 1 rotating dataset

3 Level 1 datasets + rotation = 1 photon.

4 dimensions of information in 4 dimensions of space.

Wave Length: u(λ,T) = ((8(pi)hc)/λ^5)*(1/e^(hc/λkT)-1)

Planck's Equations are quite useful. The reason they work so well is they are not influenced by gravity. By using Max Planck wave length equations, we can derive the temperature and frequency of the wave length.

The wavelength of a photon is the information about the photon.

The memes of the (L1)wave length are;

(L2) the wave length

(L2)the radius of the wave length to the midpoint of rotation at the largest area of the cone.

(L2) the velocity of the spin

(L2)previous position ((L3)x,y,z).

Frequency: u(v,T) = ((8(pi)hv^3)/(c^3))*(1/(e^(hv/kT)-1)

The frequency of the photon is the intensity of the emitting baryon.

The memes of the (L1) Frequency are

(L2) angular momentum of each meme.

(L2) The frequency or vibration of each meme.

(L2) Spin Velocity (speed and direction) of each meme.

(L2) Previous Spin Velocity.

Spectra:

The Spectra of the photon is the identification of the emitting baryon. By evaluating what is missing in the spectra, the receiving baryon can identify the part the molecule the emitting baryon was. Spectra also describes the identity and intensity from the emitting baryon of every magnetic field the photon passes through.

u = spectra. The emitting Baryon leaves its identification on the spectra. Along the spectral line, where the temperature = 0, identifies the emitting baryon and the history of photon and W+/- Boson interactions. Spectra is the temperature.

Spin:

The spin of the photon is the counter of the photon.

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Lets look at this through a filter. What happens to the photons when I place a filter on my telescope?

The filter absorbs or reflects photons. It also allows some photons to pass through, but altered.

The Spectra of a photon is the identification of the emitting baryon and the history of what magnetic fields the photon has passed through.

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Polishing a mirror. The interaction of the photon and electron.

Polishing a mirror is smoothing the glass molecules and moving almost all the electrons on one side of the glass to the next layers of the glass. The uncharged mirror then can reflect the photon.

It is important to understand that a photon must be absorbed and created by an electron. The electron is the interaction of the Z Boson and the W+/- Boson.

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Polishing a mirror. The interaction of the photon and electron.

Polishing a mirror is smoothing the glass molecules and moving almost all the electrons on one side of the glass to the next layers of the glass. The uncharged mirror then can reflect the photon.

It is important to understand that a photon must be absorbed and created by an electron. The electron is the interaction of the Z Boson and the W+/- Boson.

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Photons in motion through Dark Energy.

1) the photons motion in general

2) Dark Energy

3) Interactions

a) W+/- Boson

b) baryons without electrons

4) Electron emission

5) Electron absorption

Problem 2

2) The perception of it being slower when passing through a non-vacuum is due to the time lost to photons being absorbed and re-emitted by the matter it is passing through.