RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

October 8, 2013

Nobel Prize in Physics

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 11:13 am

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/10/131008075834.htm

The so-called “Standard Model” of particle physics contains 36 quarks and 8 gluons, plus various bosons tying everything together. It is a bizarre mythology. The bosons are “virtual” in that they pop in and out of the vacuum to connect the quarks and fermions together. For instance, virtual photons are said to connect electrically charged atoms and subatoms, weakons (W bosons) explain the “weak” beta-decay, mesons explain the “strong force,” and the Higgs boson allegedly explains the mass of all particles. But this boson is very heavy (supposedly because it’s interaction distance is so small). The LHC at CERN allegedly “discovered” the Higgs boson or bosons this past year, but if one checks the mass it’s easy to see that all they did was create a couple of Cs isotopes. The Reciprocal System is a vastly simpler theory than the so-called “Standard Model.” Here, mass results from the spin of a photon (in subatoms) or from the spins of orthogonal photons (in atoms). There are three possible spins, for the three possible orthogonal axes. The spins are discrete rotational displacements and do not represent angular momenta. Please read Dewey B. Larson’s books and Dr. Ronald W. Satz’s papers at https://transpower.wordpress.com for all the details.

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