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There is no option but to think EM fields can affect light. According to "standard" cosmology, a photon has no mass, so would be unaffected by gravity. Since all light is EM radiation and is caused by electric and magnetic fields, no other conclussion is possible. Only when the field strength is strong enough, large stars or galaxies, is light affected due to its velocity.

 

http://en.wikipedia..../Faraday_effect

 

 

 

Light can interact with the energy in materials, so can not be chargeless.

http://en.wikipedia....pton_scattering

 

 

Modulate the frequency of light (its EM property) and you can bend a beam of light without gravity needed, so argue all you want that EM fields can not bend light, you just do not have any powerful enough

http://news.sciencem...-by-itself.html

 

 

 

Something basic for you

http://www.colorado....calculator.html

 

 

 

Light bends all the time without gravity.

http://ww2010.atmos....t/mch/diff.rxml

 

 

 

Oh and one question, if photons have neither mass or charge or magnetism, then just how are they the carriers of the electromagnetic force since they have none according to "standard" science? It is impossible for a photon to be the EM force carrier and not posess any EM force. Oh, wait, I know, magic!

 

 

E=mc^2, learn what it means.

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There is no option but to think EM fields can affect light. According to "standard" cosmology, a photon has no mass, so would be unaffected by gravity. Since all light is EM radiation and is caused by electric and magnetic fields, no other conclussion is possible.

Well, then, it should be no trouble for you to find an experiment that confirms this. None of your links address this.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dielectric

The electric susceptibility χe of a dielectric material is a measure of how easily it polarizes in response to an electric field. This, in turn, determines the electric permittivity of the material and thus influences many other phenomena in that medium, from the capacitance of capacitors to the speed of light.

 

Not hard to do if one bothers to do any research. EM fields affect everything.

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