1. In Current Science, a photon is a quantum of light or other electromagnetic radiation, the energy of which is proportional to the frequency of the radiation. The photon has properties of both a wave and a particle. In the Standard Model of Particle Physics the photon is a gauge boson and the carrier of the electromagnetic force.
2. In Neu Theory, a photon is a discrete bubble of isotropic free spin energy carried by space . A photons is  of the elementary forms of nature, one of the 7 elementary particles, and one of the 7 primary objects.
Photons are space objects only, they are not part of, and do not exist within the atoms and nuclei. For one thing, the bubbles physical size, is far larger (more than 1,000 times) than the object which gave it birth. Photons are “travelers” with “information” carried between matter by accelerating Zome in a specific direction established at the moment of birth.
A photon can be visualized as a bubble (a “thin” spherical shell) made of a definite quantity of isotropic spin energy that is closing at the speed of light. The spin energy carries no mass and has no inertia. The time of closure (ct) is proportional to the physical size of the photon. The smaller the time of closure, the smaller the photon, and the greater its energy. All photons are alike, the only difference is in size and the energy that represents.
- nuclear interactions. Photons released by:
- atomic radiation. Photons released by:
- thermal radiation.
Photons  are the last of the elementary forms to be made. Photons bosonically co-exist with each other and with zome, which transports them in the direction of emission – in a linear and as straight a path as it gets in nature – until they bent by the spinfields of matter objects encountered during their travel.
Photons do not interact with each other. They pass through each other with their size and spherical shape intact. Specifically photons do not “interfere” with each other, and it is hypothesized by the model that the characteristic “interference” pattern of light and dark stripes seen during double slit experiments is caused by the g-rise/spinfall hollow effect created by the matter boundary made by the slits.
Photons do not interact with an electric field, and only weakly interact with a magnetic field (Faraday effect- rotation of the photon’s plane of polarization). The direction of the photon’s trajectory is not changed by electric and magnetic fields.
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