Also Presented: N-Ice Theory and the Pop-Fizz Cosmology
I even take a pot-shot at pointing out a candidate spherical hard X-Ray object in the ROSAT sky survey, noting that space is flat most places we look, but over yonder behind the Milky Way's core is a really big hill in space-time, and this thing is right at the heart of it. (See String Basics.)
String Basics (Corpuscles of Light: The Ultimate Building Block)
Chemists (Nuclear Structure Intro & Important Stuff.)
Key to Nuclear Models (What am I seeing?)
Nuclear Shells (No, they are not molecules!)
Empirical Laws (The Rules of Nuclear Geometry.)
How to Build Them (Try it, you'll like it!)
Mensuration (Calculating Loop Values.)
Glossary (Terminology of Nuclear Geometry.)
Mirrors, Strings and Manifolds (Cosmological Foundations of CCST. C1994)
The A.S.R.O.C.M. (Is Reality a Simulation?)
3D Viewing (Stereogram Viewing Aids.)
05 JULY 2012: Well, I guess congratulations are in order for Dr. Higgs. I'm a little disappointed myself, I was gambling the Higgs Boson did not exist, because the Higgs field already had a name, it's just very poorly understood, largely because of a centuries worth of academic arrogance. Perhaps a bit of explanation is in order, you see, for 40 years I have been complaining that the theory of charge is not a complete theory. Acadamia says it is, and you risk your career if you challenge that notion. So, to explain the additional activities of the charge phenomenon that Maxwell did not elaborate mathematically, they had to create a new field that would have just those properties required to give a particle mass, but they couldn't say it had anything to do with charge, because that might be embarrasing to Academia. So, now we have two names for the phenomenon of charge and its intrinsic interactions, we have the charge field, poorly understood, doing work and engaging in action at a distance with no courier particle, and we have the Higgs field, which takes all those little details we skipped over mathematically in our "complete" theory of charge and attributes them to this new luminiferous ether that we convinced ourselves didn't exist with a couple of flawed experiments a century ago. Yes, that's right, we've resurrected the luminiferous ether, and that's a good thing, because the Michelson-Morley experiment had an inherent flaw in it. Charge creates an ether wind, and ultimately will cause ether drag effects. The experiment was designed by men who did not know that charge has a profound influence on the luminiferous ether. It was there, but they couldn't see the effect they were looking for due to an ether drag effect, and they wrongly concluded that there was no ether. The Higgs field is the luminiferous ether. Check out the links for the "String Basics" and "MSM" pages above if you want a more complete understanding of where physics went wrong. --Jim Barzydlo
17 DEC 2012: Oh my, two Higgs bosons! Exactly what you would expect to see if the corpuscular "Higgs" field is actually the mislabled fields of the charge couriers. The version in lepton space decays into two photons composed of lepton string, the version in hadron space decays into two Z bosons, likely made of hadron string.
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