Figure 4.  Interactional scenarios of pulsons and light waves with a barrier.

A. Inert edge.  Barrier blocks the portions of pulsons fronts from primary signals that contact it without interaction.

B.Edge with activated macron.  In addition to the responses noted for scenario A, a macron located in the edge is activated to produce a secondary pulson that is time-delayed and is presented as a 180 degrees out of phase with respect to the primary signal.  The precise time-delayed component would be a function of the activation time for the edge macron. The arc from the secondary pulson penetrates the geometrical shadow zone to create illumination and creates conditions for interference with the primary signal outside the geometrical shadow zone.  Because of its activation interval the advance of the secondary signal lags that of the primary signal.

C.Huygens generators.  The concept of Huygens generators allows wave fronts to “bend” around an obstacle.  However, in its original format the degree of bend was independent of wavelength.