Lateralman wrote:Have they tried crashing their particles in different types of possible environments such as a gas,
What if we are wrong and the early universe was not cold or space a vacuum but composed of something completely different.
It may sound an odd question to ask but if you cannot see then what is light? Is it important?
Lateralman wrote:Is the Higgs Boson Gravity?
Lateralman wrote:They can spend all that cash on building a particle detector but cannot figure out a way of firing the particles into a container that can hold the many variable elements of the early universe for experimentation. [...] Well they are going to have to do that now.
Lateralman wrote:As we do not understand it, why can’t gravity and the Higgs field be one and the same and yet have different strengths the smaller down in size you go? The smaller atoms are the more the strength of gravity in those atoms increases in order to hold mass together.
In regards to your cornstarch, experiment when the particles are agitated by stirring heat is generated so it is sloppy, and then they gradually cool and solidify creating resistance.
Thats my point, no-one seems to be discussing it on the internet. At least not anywhere I'm looking.Now that they have detected something, - that is first base, second base is trying to create the early environment it was in, when first formed. That should help you understand the gravity and Higgs field link, if there is a link.
Actually within the context of the early universe, it does.They can spend all that cash on building a particle detector but cannot figure out a way of firing the particles into a container that can hold the many variable elements of the early universe for experimentation.
You gotta’ be kiddin’ me, right?
Well they are going to have to do that now. Otherwise, you do not get an accurate primitive representation of the many collisions they are currently creating. More importantly, how the potential environment of the early universe may have affected their outcome.
Unless I am missing something.
Lateralman wrote:My knowledge of the composition of the early universe is rudimentary.
M Paul Lloyd wrote:Have you read this by any chance?
..... prevent the Higgs attaching itself, or else knock the Higgs out of whatever object we want to impart weightlessness to.
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