On 1/11/2013 12:13 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
What we call light is a visual experience. EM radiation below the visible range is felt as heat. This means that the entirety of the character of the EM is defined by the receiver-transmitter relation.
That's Feynman-Wheeler emitter/absorber theory of EM radiation - they couldn't make it work and I doubt that you can either. You seem to be ignoring that there is already a unified theory of EM than includes light and it explains things like static electricity and electric motors as well as most light phenomena. And it does not explain photoelectric effect, the black body spectrum, and the stability of atoms - for which you need quantum electrodynamics.
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