This paper offers a "Two-Field" point of view for understanding propagating electromagnetic energy. Nature's parsimony
allows us to say, "Light beams consist of two continuous, independent, modulated and rapidly moving E and H fields."
At lower intensities the intermittent emission identified by Planck appears. Experiments involving radio fields showed
that E fields propagate at slower velocity than H fields. Experiments involving light showed that H fields passing through
the atmosphere will probably not be scintillated. Experiments are underway to photograph scenes using the H portion of
light. Experiments are underway to reduce blur of an over-exposed diffraction-limited image.