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2015-11-29T15:24:57+08:00

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The first point to make is that while photons (little packets of light energy) do not have mass, theydo have momentum, and a change in momentum yields a force, so in actual fact light is able to physically interact with matter.
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2015-11-29T20:56:21+08:00

light is not considered as mass because mass is defined as the measure or amount of matter present in an object, light is an example of energy 
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