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Electro-Magnetic Spectrum

Electro-magnetic energy is emitted by proton-electron pairs.
Its wavelength (e.g. colour) is defined by the number (mix) of proton-electron pairs in the atom, and its intensity (e.g. brightness) is defined by its amplitude.
Electro-magnetic energy always travels in a wave-lime motion at the speed of light (c).

You will see many limits defined to the various spectral identities (visible light, microwave, etc.) but there is no discrete demarcation for any of them. Like most organic ranges, the lines dividing the various ranges are approximate only there is considerable overlap.

The mathematical relationship between wavelength (λ) and frequency (ƒ) of electro-magnetic energy is as defined thus: c = λ.ƒ

Electgro-magnetic spectrum

Fig 1. Full Spectrum of Electro-Magnetic Energy Emitted by Proton-Electron Pairs

Because electro-magnetic radiation is only very slightly influenced by gravity (refer to Relativity is Dead), all of it travels in [virtually] straight lines, hence the need for high terrestrial aerials and orbiting satellites for atmospheric transmission.

Very little matter is able to absorb long-wave, low-energy electro-magnetic radiation, it therefore generally travels furthest in an atmosphere (it tends to reflect off solid matter), and is least harmful to life.
Short-wave, high-energy electro-magnetic energy can be absorbed by most organic and inorganic matter and will therefore be lost much more quickly (readily). It therefore tends to travel only very short distances but is most harmful to life.

Radio waves travel around the earth providing television and radio signals without harming the surrounding environment because all matter has difficulty in absorbing such long wave lengths.
On the other hand, x & γ-waves, will be absorbed by almost any organic and inorganic matter and will therefore be lost to their surrounding environment (incl. an atmosphere) very quickly.
In a vacuum, however, all electro-magnetic energy will travel forever until it encounters matter that will absorb it.
Long-wave matter encountering most matter will generally bounce off it (reflect) but short-wave energy will normally be absorbed.

Further Reading

You will find further reading on this subject in reference publications(68 & 70)

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