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on: October 10, 2009, 04:29:29 pm » posted from:Shenzhen,Guangdong,China

Can someone please show me how to make a 3D model of the following:

Light that is:
1. a stream of photons along a spring-like helical path.
2. each photon spins while following the above helical path.

In total the light energy is split into 3 parts, photon spinning, photon forward motion, and photon sideway (helicating) motion.

Thanks in advance.

For full details about Helical Particle Waves theory please see the relevant section in the booklet Soul and Spirit: Do we have a choice? Downloadable from here: http://www.heliwave.com/Soul.and.Spirit.pdf .

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