4th International Conference on Applied Physics

Use of Light in the Child’s Development


Germany Frankfurt


Use of Light in the Child’s Development

The white spectrum encompasses all visible spectrums and a wide range of frequencies or wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation. It is indeed a fusion of spectrums from different colors and therefore if it is colored, it is not in vain. Our experience proves that each color has its characteristic and its mood. For example, the red spectrum represents the vivacity and the blue one refers to a heavenly tranquility.

Saleh Theory believes that by a better employment of colors in different places, we could benefit from the particularities of each spectrum to acquire tranquility, feeling lively, overcome anguish. Thus, by using thoughtfully the specific colors in the environment of people of different gender and age, we can perfect the talents. For example:

- White and blue for boys under 5

- For girls under 5, the recommended colors are white and pink

- For girls from 6 - 10 years old, yellow and violet

- Blue and green for boys up to 10

Finally, it should be noted that Saleh Theory considers an identical value of the invariant mass for all the photons and it is the change of gyroradius which defines its diversity of color; This also explains the different values of the internal energy of the photons (½mr2ω2). But on the contrary for the mass of the different photons, we cannot attribute varied values and if for example the red spectrum has more impact and energy than that of blue, it is because of the magnitude of its gyroradius.

Professional Biography:

Prof. Gh. SALEH is an independent researcher and main theoretician of Saleh Research Group. He was educated at the Sharif University of Technology. He has published more than 18 articles in different fields and participated in several conferences in Europe, America and Asia as an honorable speaker, organizing committee member, leadership, etc.

More information: www.saleh-theory.com

Author: Gh Saleh.