Wilczyński, Józef S.
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
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spinning dipoles, neutrons, standing wave, reflection, gravitational field,
The mechanism is explained by which a travelling photon generates an electromagnetic 'shock wave' that accompanies this photon. The shock wave is a singular sort of travelling polarization of the gravitational field. The full electromagnetic wave according to present day understanding of physics is created by two succeeding photons or sets of photons with opposite romagss. The energy frequency of photons is not always correlated with the emission frequency of the same photons. The micro-mechanism according to which as electromagnetic standing wave occurs at reflection of the flux of photons is discussed. The working electrical dipole emits photons with shock waves and generates electromagnetic waves as changing polarizations of the gravitational field.