Copyright © 2001 Stanley Fay White
the beginning, the Creator injected two intense energy laden photons
into a void and then filled the void between them and far beyond
them with a continuous sea of zero energy photons. Once the
sea of zero energy photons was in place, the injected energy laden
photons began passing the energy around in tiny spheres of zero
energy photons, creating the first atomic particles in the universe.
Because of the incredible energy content of each particle,
they can be identified as the Primordial Singularities that created
the universe. The Primordial Singularities thus created, collided,
annihilated and produced the Primordial Plasma ball with a "Big Bang". Without the all encompassing sea of zero energy photons there would have been no plasma ball. The first parameters of the universe were comprised of the parameters of the Primordial Singularities AND the parameters of the sea of zero energy photons.
The obscure parameter of these events was that photons with or without energy content do not translocate. Photons rotate, but they do not move. The concept of a photon translocating at the speed of light is flawed. Energy can be passed from photon to photon, creating an energy wave that translocates at the speed of light, but the involved photons remain in place. Energy translocation is a wave phenomena. The "particle" aspect of an electromagnetic wave is the result of the particle aspect of energy translocation from photon to photon. As energy is carried by "particles" (photons), energy has a particle aspect. Photon energy is the energy of rotation of photons, not their translocation. Photons rotate at varying rates, depending upon the impressed energy. A homely analogy is the action of water molecules in ocean waves.
Any cosmology must begin with these basic facts to have validity and be internally consistent and compatible with the facts of the universe as well. For more information on the structure of photons and the zero energy photon sea, see: http://www.newphysics2000.org/articles/ photon (http://www.newphysics2000.org/photon.htm) The speed of light is the velocity of the resonance of the photon sea.
The following definitions are the latest as contained in Britannica and Microsoft Encarta. These definitions represent the latest accepted view of physics academia. These definitions are flawed. Photons do not translocate, they rotate If photons "spun" at rest, they would possess three fields. There is no such thing as "electric charge". Rotating photons have mass. It is one of the generated fields created by rotating photons.
"All photons travel at the speed of light. Considered among the subatomic particles, photons are bosons, having no electric charge or rest mass and one unit of spin; they are field particles that are thought to be the carriers of the electromagnetic field."
-- Copyright 1994-1999 Encyclopędia Britannica
"Photons are particles with no electrical charge and no mass, but they do have energy and momentum, a property that allows photons to affect other particles when they collide with them. Photons travel at the speed of light, which is about 300,000 km/sec (about 186,000 mi/sec). Only objects without mass can travel at the speed of light. Objects with mass must travel at slower speeds, and nothing can travel at speeds faster than the speed of light." -- MICROSOFT 2001 ENCARTA