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Old Apr 21st 2016, 03:01 PM   #1
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Is it possible to combine invisible EM waves together to pass through a object, while also making the electrons in the object absorb, and?
-emission.
So the invisible electromagnetic waves are mixed together, you could mix up to 4 together, and adjust the wavelength, and frequency to be just right.
So that the invisible electromagnetic waves pass through a object, while some of the invisible waves like X-rays get absorbed by photons.
I think it could be done, but it just has to be finely tuned to perfection
So basically the mixture of invisible electromagnetic waves pass through the solid object, and get absorbed by electrons.
So you are making the object have the same electron energy levels as glass.
Could it work.
Thank you for your help, anything helps even a few words.
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