Curvature of Light (Continued)
Although light photons do not have mass, as they travel in space upon approaching any body of matter, (planets, stars or any objects having a gravity field) they curve from their path according to the strength of that matter's gravitational attraction. The draw of the attraction causes the photons to generate mass while within the curve. Perhaps prior to the "Big Bang" - curvature of the returning light photons and atoms may generate mass, adding to the impact on the spherical mass.
Besides atoms, the one thing above all others helping to make infinite life possible is curvature of light. Since 1919 when it was proved that light curves in space in our solar system. However, due to beliefs and uncertainness that a light photon's ability to curve in space and return to its starting point has not been accepted by cosmological scientists. That may be largely due to the strong probability of the light photon being stopped by any object of mass it may encounter as it travels. Those objects of mass may be stars, planets or debris anyplace in the universe. It is the contention of this hypothesis that most light photons upon leaving the spherical mass of the "Big Bang" may possibly travel throughout the universe and return to their starting points. This opinion is based on the theory of the "Photoelectric Effect".41 The Photoelectric Effect was proven in 1921 by Albert Einstein for which he received his only Nobel Prize.42 In comparison principal, regarding positive or negative charged particles of the Photoelectric Effect, reacting with photon's electromagnetic radiation may be repelled. It is believed that when a light photon strikes any non-illuminated surface that can be illuminated will become illuminated and continue to be illuminated by incoming light photons. Any incoming light photons over and above those that are needed to keep the surface illuminated, similar to the Photoelectric Effect would be repelled to continue their curvilinear journeys back to their starting points.