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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 8121

The Nature of Light: What are Photons? IV
Editor(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri; Andrei Yu. Khrennikov; Al F. Kracklauer
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Volume Number: 8121
Date Published: 28 September 2011
Softcover: 56 papers (638) pages
ISBN: 9780819487315

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Front Matter: Volume 8121
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The singlet state and Bell-inequality tests
Author(s): A. F. Kracklauer
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Towards an event-based corpuscular model for optical phenomena
Author(s): H. De Raedt; F. Jin; K. Michielsen
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A modified Mach-Zehnder experiment to test the applicability of quantum theory to single-particle experiments
Author(s): K. Michielsen; Th. Lippert; M. Richter; B. Barbara; S. Miyashita; H. De Raedt
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Controversy among giants: Young's experiment and loss of fringe visibility at low photon-count levels
Author(s): William T. Rhodes
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Gauss's Law for gravity and observational evidence reveal no solar lensing in empty vacuum space
Author(s): E. H. Dowdye
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The high velocity version of classical mechanics
Author(s): Randy T. Dorn
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Alternative realization for the composition of relativistic velocities
Author(s): M. Fernández-Guasti
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Planck's constant h not only governs atomic shell energies, moreover, is also responsible for the neutrons and protons internal structure (charge and size)
Author(s): E. H. Berloffa
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The physical origin of the uncertainty theorem
Author(s): Albrecht Giese
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Microscope and spectroscope results are not limited by Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle!
Author(s): Narasimha S. Prasad; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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Arising of entangled photon in the high finesse nanocavity
Author(s): Vladislav Cheltsov; Anton Cheltsov
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Interplay between theories of quantum and classical signals: classical representation of entanglement
Author(s): Andrei Khrennikov
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Understanding the masses of elementary particles: a step towards understanding the massless photon?
Author(s): K. O. Greulich
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Quantum points/patterns, Part 1: from geometrical points to quantum points in a sheaf framework
Author(s): Antonina N. Fedorova; Michael G. Zeitlin
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Quantum points/patterns, Part 2: from quantum points to quantum patterns via multiresolution
Author(s): Antonina N. Fedorova; Michael G. Zeitlin
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Wave-particle duality? not in optical computing
Author(s): H. John Caulfield
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Cryptography and system state estimation using polarization states
Author(s): Subhash Kak; Pramode Verma; Greg MacDonald
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The extraterrestrial Casimir Effect
Author(s): Riccardo C. Storti
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Doppler phenomena determined by photon-cosmic field interactions
Author(s): Viraj Fernando
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The constancy of "c" everywhere requires the cosmic space to be a stationary and complex tension field
Author(s): C. Roychoudhuri; A. Michael Barootkoob; Michael Ambroselli
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The necessity of two fields in wave phenomena
Author(s): Manuel Fernández-Guasti
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The nature of the photon in the view of a generalized particle model
Author(s): Albrecht Giese
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The birth of a photon
Author(s): Karl Otto Greulich
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Non-equilibrium mechanisms of light in the microwave region
Author(s): Juliana H. J. Mortenson
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Creation and fusion of photons
Author(s): Andrew Meulenberg
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Birth of a two body photon
Author(s): Randy T. Dorn
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A QED-compatible wave theory of light, electrons, and their interactions
Author(s): Henry H. Lindner
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The conservation of light's energy, mass, and momentum
Author(s): Juliana H. J. Mortenson
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Analysis of spectrometric data and detection processes corroborate photons as diffractively evolving wave packets
Author(s): Negussie Tirfessa; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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Studies on reaction kinetics under coherent microwave irradiations
Author(s): M. Sato; J. Fukushima; K. Kashimura; M. Tanaka
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Light's infinitely variable energy velocities in view of the constant speed of light
Author(s): Juliana H. J. Mortenson
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Investigation concerning the radiation behaviour of an elementary dipole transition
Author(s): E. H. Berloffa
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Virtual and real photons
Author(s): Andrew Meulenberg
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Evidence for unmediated momentum transfer between light waves
Author(s): W. R. Hudgins; A. Meulenberg; S. Ramadass
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Why does the wave particle dualism appear to become evident particularly at optical wavelengths
Author(s): Karl Otto Greulich
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Nature of EM waves as observed and reported by detectors for radio, visible, and gamma frequencies
Author(s): Michael Ambroselli; Peter Poulos; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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Physical processes behind a Ti:Sa femtosecond oscillator
Author(s): M. Fernández-Guasti; E. Nava; F. Acosta; C. Roychoudhuri
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Re-interpreting "coherence" in light of Non-Interaction of Waves, or the NIW-Principle
Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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Appreciating the principle of Non-Interaction of Waves (NIW-principle) by modeling Talbot diffraction patterns at different planes
Author(s): Narasimha S. Prasad; Chandra Roychoudhuri
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Visualizing the mode evolution process in passive and active cavities based on the NIW-Principle
Author(s): Narasimha S. Prasad; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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Coherence and frequency spectrum of a Nd:YAG laser: generation and observation devices
Author(s): M. Fernández-Guasti; H. Palafox; C. Roychoudhuri
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Visualizing superposition process and appreciating the principle of non-interaction of waves
Author(s): Michael Ambroselli; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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The nature of light in Indian epistemology
Author(s): Subhash Kak
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Two-slit interference and wave-particle duality for single photons from Observer's Mathematics point of view
Author(s): Boris Khots; Dmitriy Khots
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Two types of arguing in physics: a critical discussion
Author(s): Arnt Inge Vistnes
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Simple alternative model of the dual nature of light and its Gedanken experiment
Author(s): François Hénault
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Beyond relativity and quantum mechanics: space physics
Author(s): Henry H. Lindner
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Did Michelson and Morley test the wrong phenomenon?
Author(s): Ghenadie N. Mardari
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Experiment versus theory: do physicists still know the difference?
Author(s): C. Rangacharyulu
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The coming revolution in physics
Author(s): Ted Silverman
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Appreciation of the nature of light demands enhancement over the prevailing scientific epistemology
Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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Relativity: a pillar of modern physics or a stumbling block
Author(s): Gurcharn S. Sandhu
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Epistemology of quantum mechanics: the Växjö viewpoint
Author(s): Andrei Khrennikov
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Shapiro delay: a frequency dependent transit time effect, not a space time effect
Author(s): Shahin Ghazanshahi; Edward H. Dowdye
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Explanation of relativistic phenomena on the basis of interactions of particle energy, applied energy, and field energy
Author(s): Viraj Fernando
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Diffraction described by virtual particle momentum exchange: the "diffraction force"
Author(s): Michael J. Mobley
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