View Full Version : Existence of God particle to be decided by next year

07-26-2011, 10:26 AM
"It has been speculated upon for decades and at the weekend there were hints that the existence of the highly sought-after “God particle” had finally been confirmed.

But at a press conference on Monday, the physicists in charge of the Large Hadron Collider said that they had only established where the Higgs boson was not to be found, and that its location continues to elude them.

However they added that as the amount of data created by the atom-smashing experiments increases, they now expect to know whether or not the most-wanted particle exists within 18 months.

If it is tracked down, it will explain how particles come to have mass and provide the final piece in the Standard Model of physics that was first set out in the 1970s, while if it turns out not to exist then the textbooks could be ripped up.

Rolf-Dieter Heuer, director general of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern), told reporters: “I would say we can settle the question of the Higgs boson, the Shakespearean question ‘to be or not to be’ at the end of next year.”

Buried 300ft below the border between France and Switzerland, the Large Hadron Collider is a 17-mile ring of superconducting magnets around which two beams of particles are sent at close to the speed of light, then smashed into each other."



07-28-2011, 07:54 AM
Without an aether there can be no spacetime because there can be no continuity, hence, no causality or process. This is also what Mach had realized. Resistance to motion, he thought, could only be the product of unity among all objects. He believed that there is a constant dependence (reciprocity) between matter and the space that surrounds it, and that this unity could only be explained by an all pervading Aether. But, in those days, most scientists preferred to call it by names like free space, inertial space, momentum space, or quantum vacuum. These days it is being called the Higgs field.

The way I see it, what keeps the whirlpool moving in a spiral galaxy is space tension (which is where the stress-energy tensor and gravity come from). Nature fighting against fragmentation. Particles can emerge anywhere and as needed, e.g., particle pair creation, but from where, and what do they feed from, creation ex nihilo? I don't think so, that seems like a physical impossibility. Anyway, why would we have wave-particle complementarity if it were not because matter depends on the substrate? Isn't this the reason why we need a Higgs mechanism?

Quantization and organization of space is orchestrated by matter fields which originate from and follow exclusive dimensions already existing as matter. Energy being quantized into particles by spontaneously emitted sub-atomic particles (Higgs boson?) in hyperspace.

The so-called Higgs field is just another name for Einstein's gravitational aether. Mass is the result of matter's field interactions within itself and the space on which it sits, hence, the Higgs mechanism. Matter is a continuous, time dependent, and thermodynamically open, self-organizing process. Particles, as they move through the CBR, need to continuously re-ordinate the space that constitutes them. Particles are in constant motion, continuously processing space/information. Matter is formed by this process and mass increases directly proportional to the amount of process. This is why the denser a particle is, or the faster it moves in relation to other objects, the more massive it becomes. Mass is directly proportional to process (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4D6qY2c0Z8).

Information (geometry) starts with the quantum. Existence starts with the quantum. Before the quantum there is Aether. There can be an aether without quanta, but there can be no quanta without an aether. Matter is dependent on the Higgs field (aka., Aether), it depends on the background as an energy supply, hence, wave-particle complementarity.

Big Dog
08-02-2011, 12:11 AM
The God particle will be discovered on Dec. 20, 2012 and we will go the way of Trafalgar.