Once a friend with Ph.D. said to me, most of the time I am comfortable with light as a field. Truly, a quantum emission has something like a sin(theta) dependency, and the theory interprets this as, “at such and such an angle, we have a probability of a photon event”. Seems to me, absent massive absorbers, no events. Are they not the quantizers ??? QUANTUM FIELD THEORY DOES OFFER a sane physics here, where outside a light-cone of effect, there is yet none. I find this consistent with a blended theory, where absorption events become part of the larger field, as negative emissions, just like in quantum theory.

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