YOUR ANSWER ABOVE DISAGREES WITH YOUR PREVIOUS ANSWER "THE LIGHT WAS FOLLOWING THE BEAM AND BEING DEFLECTED".
no it doesnt dissagree.
the sphere of light can be deformed by gravitational
or magnetic influence as evidenced in the green laser video.
a focused beam of light is a oblong sphere of light that
has been deformed due to the influence of gravitational
or magnetic influence.
so the emitted light spheres are deformed in the electron gun
due to magnetic influence the same way that the path of the electrons are deformed by magnetic influence.
the shell of the light sphere interacts with the gravitational
and magnetic influences that it encounters in its environment.
I cant seem to think of a proper example to use to describe
the motion and acceleration of the environmentally influenced shell of the light sphere.
think of the thin shell of a extremely elastic rubber balloon.
the balloon is filled with a slightly compressed gas and
the gas supports the shell of the balloon so that the shell
forms a perfect sphere.
the gas molecules inside the balloon interact with a magnetic field.
when the argon gas in the electron gun emit a sphere of
light due to the interaction with a electron in the electron stream the gas molecules in the balloon are accelerated
by the magnetic field in the electron gun and the individual
gas molecules inside the balloon are accelerated according to the intensity of the field resulting in a oblong sphere of curved light.
So have you gone to individual atoms emitting spherical emission as your answer?
the only way that light can be emitted is if a atom emits the
light , and light is a sphere.
Extension question is light a wave or a particle, both or none?
the wave that is used to describe light is most
likely simply a means of description that describes a single
flash of light emission from the moment of the flash of light
emission up to the maximun intensity of the flash and down to the moment that the flash has passed by.
the above description includes the lenght and intensity of a single flash of emitted light as the shell of the sphere
of light passes a single point within a time range.
a particle of light to me says a perfectly straight line
and since I am hardheaded and strickly classic for now
I'm going to go with particle until I find a better word.
Now suddenly you have gone all quite just when it got interesting ... or are you a bit off colo
unlike yourself orac I am a human being that requires
sleep , so try to keep you panties from getting so
wadded up in knots when I leave for a few hours to sleep.
you should have your programmers insert a timer function
to turn your program off for a few hours a day to avoid the
lonelyness that you seem to be experiencing.