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There is no such thing as pure energy, only energy currencies such as ATP in cells in biology

Question asked by William Aton on Oct 10, 2011
Latest reply on Oct 27, 2011 by William Aton

The photon is not pure energy.  It is an energy currency,  It stores motive power in a harmonic oscillator using elements of inductance and capacitance.  It lies immotive until energized sufficient to start the oscillations then passes through space until it encounters another object with sufficient resonance to complete the cycle and transfer motive force thus ending the oscillations in the photon and beginning another sort of energy storage, movement, or currency in the new object.