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Old Apr 28th 2016, 08:33 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Can combining invisible EM waves, together as a single intertwined ray, make the beam

Can combining invisible EM waves, together as a single intertwined ray, make the beams become EM waves that get absorbed by electrons, and?
- change from waves that traverse solid matter.
Like if you mixed radio, X-rays, and gamma waves together, would they become waves that get absorbed by electrons in matter.
The waves can be any wavelength, or frequency, and the block of matter the waves are going through could be heated up, or cooled to help with absorption, and transmission of electrons.

Thank you for your help, anything helps even a few words.

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