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Old Jun 7th 2018, 06:59 AM   #41
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Oscar

It's only part of fiction...I hope that you will win the Best Writer Award of Oscar.

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Old Jun 7th 2018, 08:43 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by htam9876 View Post
It's only part of fiction...I hope that you will win the Best Writer Award of Oscar.
I can't speak for anyone else, but personally, I don't want an Oscar. I'm happy as long as the conference paper that I'm just about to submit passes peer review
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Old Jun 8th 2018, 04:14 PM   #43
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sadness

The story of X4 is a sad story in my own world. People can't imagine it. God gave me hope but I can't find where's God. Win Oscar,please,for physics.
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X4 Theory of Photon 2

A certain theory solves a certain problems. The discussion in X4 Theory of Photon(Ⅰ) points out that the released photon is in a very special X4 state of ∞ and different from other particles. So, naturally, it should have some characteristics different from other particles. The X4 state of ∞ is a very important thing in X4 Theory. So, one more proof one more good thing. The phenomenon in the short article in the attachment might have other way of explanation in other theory. But we are exploring X4 here and certainly use X4 to explain it.
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Old Jun 9th 2018, 03:14 AM   #45
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What does antimatter have to do with photons?

I thought that the photons emitted by antimatter were the same as those from matter.

IE there is no such particle as separate antiphotons.
As Willis Lamb put it, the photon is its own anti particle. He wrote an interesting article called Antiphoton by W.E. L:amb, Appl. Phys. B, 60 (1995)

where he used that term sort of as a pun. I Uploaded it onto my website at
http://www.newenglandphysics.org/oth...antiphoton.pdf

What is all this talk of x4? I.e. what is "X4"?
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I also think so, in macro, because there is only one macro standard X4 = ∞ for them。 But in micro, just imagine that you are on board an aircraft flying to China, and over the midpoint of the Pacific. Who are you? Still an American? A Chinese? Or a Chinese American? I think that it will be the content of the X4 Theory of Photon(Ⅲ),if it still could be called a theory. Maybe that kind of topic should be discussed in an appropriate place , for example, in Hollywood.
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Perhaps we could continue the conversation in Hollywood but not here. I think I've given you enough rope.

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