I found a site with the following title:
Particle and atomic physics
- instead of theories -
according to experimental
results and laws of the
classical physics by
Please view this site at www.physics.uw.hu address.
Written in poor english and bad html formatting, I can't blame you. For example, this paragraph:
In the gas discharging tube on normal atmospherical air pressure (P = 105Pa) the radiation of light happens in thin stripe. If we further increase the pressure of the gas, then thinner this stripe, later at a critical pressure value the radiation of light totally stops, the electric current don't flows in the gas discharging tube.
Is it saying that if you increase pressure to a certain point, light will no longer travel through gas?
Continue reading that paragraph, and it sounds like the author is saying that electrons transfer light...