or fluorescent light bulb. The combined wavelengths of photons in the Visible Spectrum
(More specifically, the near equal amounts of Red, Green, and Blue) becomes the white light we see.
These photons do not move within a single wavelength (Mono-chromatic) and are 'Out of phase' (Rhythm) with each other.
Therefore, it is Incoherent from having more than one color (Polychromatic Light). Laser light is Coherent, because of how
photons are all of the same wavelength and move 'In phase' with each other .
Coherence: Coherent Light is when each individual wave or field is in phase with every other one.
Coherence is a wave property called Interference. When two or more waves traverse the same space,
they either form into a wave of greater (Constructive Interference) or reduced (Destructive Interference) amplitude.Phase: In Physics, 'Phase Differences' can be expressed in either electrical degrees, or as time.
Two waveforms that have the same frequency and no phase difference, are said to be 'In phase'.
The amount by which they're 'Out of phase' can be expressed in degrees from 0° to 360° (Or in Radians from π/0 to π/2).
If the phase difference is 180°, or π/1, it is said to be in anti-phase and destructive interference will occur.
Waveform: The amplitude of a signal is measured on the y-axis (Vertically), while the time is measured on the x-axis (Horizontally).Signal: An electrical or electromagnetic action, normally a voltage that is a function of time that conveys information.
Can electricity be made Coherent, in the same way as light?
Coherent light (Laser light) comes from a smaller light source, minimizing Diffraction .
Diffraction is when any wave that passes through a narrow opening or around objects, becomes a new wave.
An opening that is smaller than the wave itself, will cause the light to spread further. As the location of photons become more precise,
Heisenberg's Uncertainty states that there location must remain unknown, increasing the Diffraction or Uncertainty they experience.
The Difference Between Amps, Volts, and Watts
One Ampere or Amp (A or I) is the amount of current in a circuit. Equal to 2 x 10-7 newtons per meter length.
The amount of electric charge flowing through a circuit at a specific time. One Coulomb, also known as an Ampere second,
is the amount of current transfered in 1 second, with a given current of 1 Amp  .
VoltsVoltage is the field of attraction between opposite charges, causing an electric current or flow.
The potential difference is expressed in Volts (V). Electric fields are measured over a distance.
For example, a stronger E-field has more Volts per centimeter than a weaker one.
The E-fields can be likened to the various height's of a mountainside, on which a ball could begin to roll.
Voltage and Current are two independent things. For example, a Battery or Capacitor may have a strong E-field but no current.
Another analogy would be how water can be pressurized, but not have a 'flow' .
Notes: The E-field can be made visible just like a magnetic field. Static electricity is a high-voltage phenomena.
One Volt is enough to drive one Coulomb's (6.24 x 1018) worth of energy through a resistance of 1 Ohm (Ω) per sec.
The relationship between Current (I) and Resistance (Ω) can be expressed as: A - V/Ω .
In alternating current, the polarity reverses direction periodically. The pole with more electrons is said to have a negative polarity,
while the other is assigned as being positive. A flow of charge carries (Electrons), constitutes an electric current.
The number of times a polarity charges (Cycles) for each second, is the frequency, measured in Hertz.
WattsOne Watt (W) is the unit for power in a system of energy, in which one Joule (J) of energy is transferred per second.
The power dissipated by a current of 1 Ampere (A) flowing across a potential difference of 1 Volt (V).
This can also be expressed as (V) × (A) = (W)One Joule (J) is the amount of energy exerted when a Force (F) of one Newton (N) is applied over a displacement of one meter.The Load, or Current load (Electrical engineering), refers to the amount of electrical current, passed from a power source to the device or appliance receiving the power. The resistance (Ω) of a device to which power is delivered.
Also the equivalent of 1.341 × 10-3 horsepower.
Flemings Left Hand Rule
B (Magnetic Field), I (Induced Electric Current), F (Force/ Motion)
All three Vectors occur at 90° from one another.
 Sribd.com - Understanding John Searl's SEG (Pages 14 ~ 20)
 Lasers: WTF is Coherent Light? ~ (2004) by William J. Beaty
 WhatIs.com - Ampere
 WhatIs.com - Coulomb
 What Is Voltage? ~ (1998) by William J. Beaty
 Wisegeek.org - What is the Difference between an Amp, Volt, and Watt?