Masterson, Sr., James A.
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
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photinos, magnetic fields
With this picture of photons in our minds, we can postulate that the matter in photons would respond to the force of gravity and cause the photons to congregate around a massive body to form a compressible, fluid medium with all the characteristics of a gas; in fact such a concentration does represent pure gas. It is also this medium that constitutes the so-called “magnetic field”.
The gravitational attraction of the particles inside photons, which the writer has dubbed "photinos," constitutes weight, which will vary as the effective, external, gravitational force of a massive body.