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Cordus Optics: Part 2.1 Frequency

@article{Pons2011CordusOP,
  title={Cordus Optics: Part 2.1 Frequency},
  author={Dirk J Pons and Arion Pons and Ariel M. Pons and Aiden J. Pons},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2011}
}
Conventional particle and wave theories struggle to explain the frequency of photons and matter in a coherent manner using natural physics. This paper applies the cordus conjecture to develop a model for frequency of the photon. The interpretation is that there really is a part of the photon cordus that moves with a frequency. The working model is for a reciprocal motion: the energy alternates between the two reactive ends across the span of the cordus, and the hyff represent the observable… 

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