Can someone explain these to me how can a light be an energy
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well, it's defined as energy, yes. Without going too deep into a quantum explanation, I'll just ask: what do you think 'energy' is? For these purposes, probably the easiest way of defining it is "the lack of nothing." The higher a given area is in energy, the less 'nothing' there is to it. An empty vacuum has no energy. Fill it with air and suddenly you have pressure, air resistance, heat, and so on. Fill it with light and while you don't have anything like air resistance and possibly not heat, you also do not have "nothing."
Of course, there are other types of energy as well, and this explanation doesn't extend to them..1