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    Posted on Saturday, February 17, 2007 @ 15:25:33 GMT by vlad

    Science Scientists in three locations on the globe are locked in a multi-billion-dollar race to cross the boundaries of knowledge in particle physics.

    Their quest: find the secrets of dark matter and the "God particle" -- a sub-atomic particle that is fundamental for understanding the nature of matter, but so elusive that, physicists quip, it can only be compared to divinity.

    Last week, an international consortium stepped up the pace by announcing in Beijing a design for the world's most expensive atom smasher -- the 6.7-billion-dollar International Linear Collider (ILC).

    In a double tunnel 31 kilometers (20 miles) long, particle physicists would collide electrons and their antimatter opposites, positrons, at energies of 500 billion electron volts.

    The scheme -- which could be extended to 50 kilometers (31 miles) and a trillion electron volts -- will hurl these particles to close to the speed of light.

    The resultant collision could unlock dark matter and dark energy, the invisible, enigmatic substances that together are thought to comprise 96 percent of the mass of the Universe.

    Engineering studies for the ILC will start later this year with the idea of making a decision in 2010 on whether to press ahead with building the machine. If all goes well, ground will be broken in 2012 and the collider itself will be fired up at the end of the next decade.

    "The ILC probably represents the maximum that can be achieved with this type of technology," Guy Wormser, head of France's Linear Accelerator Laboratory, who took part in the Beijing meeting.

    Scientists in the United States and Europe, meanwhile, are grappling to be first to detect the most eagerly-sought particle in physics -- the Higgs Boson.

    Construed in the 1960s by a British physicist, Peter Higgs, the Boson is thought to exist in an all-pervading field, giving all other particles their mass.

    If the Higgs exists, it would fill a worrying gap in the Standard Model, the century-old notional structure for describing the fundamental nature of matter. But if the Higgs doesn't exist... it will be back to the drawing board.

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    "SMASHING TIME: PHYSICISTS RACE TO FIND DARK MATTER AND THE 'GOD PARTICLE�" | Login/Create an Account | 1 comment | Search Discussion
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    by Koen on Monday, February 19, 2007 @ 11:22:55 GMT
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    Can the Higgs particle exist? The Higgs particle, that gives all massive particle its mass by constant interaction with all mass particles, has a very high mass itself. It does not "explain" mass at all, because mass as some sort of self-interaction between higgs particles is not an explanation at all.

    This also means that a cosmos containing the huge number of hypothetical Higgs particles gravitates on itself so heavily that it never could have come into existence.

    The SED model of gravity is always critisised in the same way (by Dr. Sarfati): the TEM wave spectrum ZPE field does self-gravitate that much that it never came into existance. According to Puthoff, the TEM wave ZPE cosmos does not self-gravitate at all. I suppose the Higgs particle model is even worse, considering self-gravitation.

    I prefer models that describe that 'mass is not a fundamental physical quality'. I don't know why the massless charged scalar Goldstone boson is considered to be 'unphysical', I don't know why it should play a role in particle physics.


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