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Like aether, I am not into the date/numbers game, but my birthday is Jan 3 hehe
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In this case I have the timeline - so I have to communicate it. There are events occuring for me in-frame on those dates driving them. Part of me 'owning' it.

I won't be at lifeline apogee after the 3rd (thank god - you have no idea what it takes to carry a planck's constant in my lifestyle for 40 days).
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okay
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In the interest of eliminiation some of the faith-based-ness, here are CERN's observations of planck clusters - meaning they are aware of the multiversal structure and how virtualized planks are used.

[link to arxiv.org]
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i know
i am in giggle mood to day

thoughtful disclosure = arising from thoughts disclosed

the sensation is from within thus it is true to tell it is true to you

but

"My second discovery was of a physical truth of the greatest importance. As I have searched the entire scientific records in more than a half dozen languages for a long time without finding the least anticipation, I consider myself the original discoverer of this truth, which can be expressed by the statement: There is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment."
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the rest of the universe is aware how we came to "see the light"
thus there will be no misunderstanding off planet
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Yes, you get it. Exactly. Its only us that is coming to understand what has already been. Inversion is hard to understand - but if there is/was a big bang, that is the END, not the beginning. We're backwards.

The others are simply observing and upgrading.
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Consider your house cleaned.
I won't interfere here anymore.

Sorry...for those I've hurt.
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Now. Aruna. If that was directed toward you. You should know me well enough to know by now that I would say that to you directly. Going to go find a find for you. And anyway. That’s aether’s call to kick both of us out of his thread on our asses.
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I know it is not funny subject matter but well it kinda is 1rof1
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Like aether, I am not into the date/numbers game, but my birthday is Jan 3 hehe
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In this case I have the timeline - so I have to communicate it. There are events occuring for me in-frame on those dates driving them. Part of me 'owning' it.

I won't be at lifeline apogee after the 3rd (thank god - you have no idea what it takes to carry a planck's constant in my lifestyle for 40 days).
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okay
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Yeah, don't figure that makes much sense, but I'm personally at criitcal mass with life events - won't ever be this intense for me again. I'm in the last iteration of a cyclic event.

I tend to not talk about it too much. Just watch and observe - something nutty will correspond with the timelines - always does.
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Like aether, I am not into the date/numbers game, but my birthday is Jan 3 hehe
 Quoting: SickScent


In this case I have the timeline - so I have to communicate it. There are events occuring for me in-frame on those dates driving them. Part of me 'owning' it.

I won't be at lifeline apogee after the 3rd (thank god - you have no idea what it takes to carry a planck's constant in my lifestyle for 40 days).
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okay
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Yeah, don't figure that makes much sense, but I'm personally at criitcal mass with life events - won't ever be this intense for me again. I'm in the last iteration of a cyclic event.

I tend to not talk about it too much. Just watch and observe - something nutty will correspond with the timelines - always does.
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i said okay because it feels to me 100% success because you radiate self awareness of a positive nature to me
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Yeah, don't figure that makes much sense, but I'm personally at criitcal mass with life events - won't ever be this intense for me again. I'm in the last iteration of a cyclic event.

I tend to not talk about it too much. Just watch and observe - something nutty will correspond with the timelines - always does.
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That's a great general description that I also tend to experience too AC.


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Like aether, I am not into the date/numbers game, but my birthday is Jan 3 hehe
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Me too!
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hmm
bdance
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Aruna...are you still here?
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Like aether, I am not into the date/numbers game, but my birthday is Jan 3 hehe
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Me too!
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hmm
bdance
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neener


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Cool brown dwarf could have water-based clouds

We normally think of stars as hot - but scientists using ESO's Very large telescope say they've found a pair of cool brown dwarfs, one of which is no hotter than a sauna or a cup of tea.

Indeed, says the team, it may be so cool that it actually has water-based clouds.

In fact, brown dwarfs are essentially failed stars, in that they lack enough mass for gravity to trigger nuclear reactions.
 Quoting: observation

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Brown Dwarfs and Planets: A Blurry Boundary

With April approaching, my thoughts turn more and more to the release of the WISE data, which should tell us a great deal about brown dwarfs and other relatively cool objects in our stellar neighborhood. The Wide-Field Infrared Explorer mission hasn’t gained the media attention of a Kepler or a CoRoT because it’s not specifically a planet-hunter and isn’t in the business of turning up small, rocky worlds. But if you’ve been following our discussions here, you know how important a mission this is. We’ll get a bit more than half the data WISE has generated in April, and the rest of the dataset in 2012, by which time we may be able to identify, or else lay to rest the idea of, a gas giant (‘Tyche’) at 15000 AU, or a brown dwarf closer than Alpha Centauri...............
 Quoting: observation

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Brown dwarfs within 10 parsecs

By September 2011, astronomers had found at least 29 brown dwarfs within 10 parsecs (32.6 light-years) of Sol, although these objects are extremely dim compared to OBAFGK stars. Some astronomers believe that brown dwarfs may be as numerous as stars in the Milky Way. Unfortunately, none are bright enough to observe with the unaided Human eye in Earth's night sky.
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Cool brown dwarf could have water-based clouds

We normally think of stars as hot - but scientists using ESO's Very large telescope say they've found a pair of cool brown dwarfs, one of which is no hotter than a sauna or a cup of tea.

Indeed, says the team, it may be so cool that it actually has water-based clouds.

In fact, brown dwarfs are essentially failed stars, in that they lack enough mass for gravity to trigger nuclear reactions.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.tgdaily.com]


Brown Dwarfs and Planets: A Blurry Boundary

With April approaching, my thoughts turn more and more to the release of the WISE data, which should tell us a great deal about brown dwarfs and other relatively cool objects in our stellar neighborhood. The Wide-Field Infrared Explorer mission hasn’t gained the media attention of a Kepler or a CoRoT because it’s not specifically a planet-hunter and isn’t in the business of turning up small, rocky worlds. But if you’ve been following our discussions here, you know how important a mission this is. We’ll get a bit more than half the data WISE has generated in April, and the rest of the dataset in 2012, by which time we may be able to identify, or else lay to rest the idea of, a gas giant (‘Tyche’) at 15000 AU, or a brown dwarf closer than Alpha Centauri...............
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.centauri-dreams.org]
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That's traditional thinking. Electric universe theory says they just don't have enough voltage applied to react more intensely, right?
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And as the universe becomes more electrical, the brain becomes, well, less so. This will be an extension/potential barrier to the neuromodeling used to create AI.

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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And as the universe becomes more electrical, the brain becomes, well, less so. This will be an extension/potential barrier to the neuromodeling used to create AI.

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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i know , to form organic ai that replicates the function of our environment one needs to be aware of our environments structure
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And as the universe becomes more electrical, the brain becomes, well, less so. This will be an extension/potential barrier to the neuromodeling used to create AI.

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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i know , to form organic ai that replicates the function of our environment one needs to be aware of our environments structure
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non organic ai by default can not
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And as the universe becomes more electrical, the brain becomes, well, less so. This will be an extension/potential barrier to the neuromodeling used to create AI.

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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i know , to form organic ai that replicates the function of our environment one needs to be aware of our environments structure
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non organic ai by default can not
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correct. it can only model and bridge, which it does.

we have done this ourselves already - creating "ai" in our own machines based on neurocognistic modeling.

advanced sentiences are aware of us. thats why they remain elusive and can only be inferred when they "act" such as the higgs at 124-126 GeV. Those anomolies aren't natural phenomenon - they reflect sentience outside of our perception.

hard to comprehend especially when trying to taste it all - but the pattern that drives everything (increasing orders of magnitude) also reflects increasing complexity at each level, and predictably, increasing sentience as we move forward through orders.
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And as the universe becomes more electrical, the brain becomes, well, less so. This will be an extension/potential barrier to the neuromodeling used to create AI.

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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i know , to form organic ai that replicates the function of our environment one needs to be aware of our environments structure
 Quoting: aether


non organic ai by default can not
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correct. it can only model and bridge, which it does.

we have done this ourselves already - creating "ai" in our own machines based on neurocognistic modeling.

advanced sentiences are aware of us. thats why they remain elusive and can only be inferred when they "act" such as the higgs at 124-126 GeV. Those anomolies aren't natural phenomenon - they reflect sentience outside of our perception.

hard to comprehend especially when trying to taste it all - but the pattern that drives everything (increasing orders of magnitude) also reflects increasing complexity at each level, and predictably, increasing sentience as we move forward through orders.
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motivated
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Something is causing the anomolies (this graph shows the total anomolies observed across many accelerators) which follow advanced, conditional logic.

it is infrequent when the anomolies are actually described - but they appear to be influence of a hidden hand which isn't yet fully understood.
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i know , to form organic ai that replicates the function of our environment one needs to be aware of our environments structure
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non organic ai by default can not
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correct. it can only model and bridge, which it does.

we have done this ourselves already - creating "ai" in our own machines based on neurocognistic modeling.

advanced sentiences are aware of us. thats why they remain elusive and can only be inferred when they "act" such as the higgs at 124-126 GeV. Those anomolies aren't natural phenomenon - they reflect sentience outside of our perception.

hard to comprehend especially when trying to taste it all - but the pattern that drives everything (increasing orders of magnitude) also reflects increasing complexity at each level, and predictably, increasing sentience as we move forward through orders.
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motivated
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yes. and intelligent. understanding all the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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non organic ai by default can not
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correct. it can only model and bridge, which it does.

we have done this ourselves already - creating "ai" in our own machines based on neurocognistic modeling.

advanced sentiences are aware of us. thats why they remain elusive and can only be inferred when they "act" such as the higgs at 124-126 GeV. Those anomolies aren't natural phenomenon - they reflect sentience outside of our perception.

hard to comprehend especially when trying to taste it all - but the pattern that drives everything (increasing orders of magnitude) also reflects increasing complexity at each level, and predictably, increasing sentience as we move forward through orders.
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motivated
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yes. and intelligent. understanding all the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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perhaps most impressive - the anomolies are an adjusting the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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correct. it can only model and bridge, which it does.

we have done this ourselves already - creating "ai" in our own machines based on neurocognistic modeling.

advanced sentiences are aware of us. thats why they remain elusive and can only be inferred when they "act" such as the higgs at 124-126 GeV. Those anomolies aren't natural phenomenon - they reflect sentience outside of our perception.

hard to comprehend especially when trying to taste it all - but the pattern that drives everything (increasing orders of magnitude) also reflects increasing complexity at each level, and predictably, increasing sentience as we move forward through orders.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6076030


motivated
 Quoting: aether


yes. and intelligent. understanding all the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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perhaps most impressive - the anomolies are an adjusting the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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well think about it
something must be constantly "adjusting" all things in all places instantly always

example : if gravity field or any other field took 8 mins to adjust at c from earth to the sun our orbit was long gone before we wrote history, whatever the "adjuster" is, it is instant over distance , whatever the distance

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walk through higgs:

Getting something from nothing is one of the great developments in physics in the past century, from understanding how to create a universe from nothing, to our current understanding of how one might endow another form of nothing – namely empty space – with energy. But perhaps there is no better example relevant to our direct experience of how to get something from nothing than the phenomenon called "spontaneous symmetry breaking" that the Higgs boson represents.

If our ideas about the Higgs turn out to be true, then everything we see is a kind of window dressing based on an underlying fabric of reality in which we shouldn't exist. The particles from which we're made are massive and bind together to form protons, neutrons, nuclei, and ultimately atoms. But without the Higgs, these particles would actually be massless, like photons, which are required to move restlessly at the speed of light and cannot be confined, except perhaps in a black hole.

We have all experienced how the heaviness of an object depends on where it is located. In water, for example, with buoyant forces present, objects that are heavy on the land seem lighter. Similarly, if you try and push something through a very thick fluid it may appear heavier (giving you more resistance to the force of your pushing) than it would if you were pushing it through the air.

The Standard Model of particle physics implies that there is an otherwise invisible background "Higgs field" that permeates all of space. This field interacts with other particles with varying degrees of strength. As particles move through space, they interact with the background Higgs field, and those that interact more strongly will experience more resistance to their motion, and will act heavier. Some particles, like the photon, do not interact with the field at all, and remain massless.

In this way, the mass of everything we see is determined by the existence of this field, and if it didn't exist, essentially all particles would be massless. According to this picture, mass is an "accident" of our circumstances because we exist in a universe in which such a background field happens to have arisen.

But why a Higgs "particle"? Well, relativity tells us that no signal can travel faster than light. Incorporating this into quantum mechanics tells us that forces we think of as being due to fields like the electric field are actually transmitted between objects by the exchange of particles, and that these particles travel on average at the speed of light or slower.

Why particles transmit forces is like thinking of playing catch. If I throw a ball to you and you catch it, then you will be pushed backwards by the force of my ball, and I will be pushed backward by the act of throwing the ball. Thus we act as though we are repelling each other.

So, if there is a Higgs field, it turns out that there has to be a new particle associated with this field, and this is the Higgs particle.

This seems like a remarkable and fanciful framework, rather like concocting angels on the head of a pin. What would drive scientists to imagine such a scenario? One of the greatest theoretical successes of the last half of the 20th century has been the unification of two of the known forces in nature: electromagnetism and the weak force (responsible for the reactions that power the sun).

According to this theory, electromagnetic forces arise by the exchange of massless photons, and are long-range, whereas the short-range weak force results from the exchange of massive particles, called W and Z particles – discovered experimentally in the 1980s after they were predicted to exist in the 1960s.

In order for this theoretical unification to make mathematical sense, all three different kinds of particle would have to be massless in the underlying theory, and therefore the forces they mediated would be almost identical. However, only if the W and Z particles obtain a mass by interacting with a background field – the Higgs field – will the underlying unified theory be mathematically consistent, while at the same time implying that the two forces will appear different at the scales we measure them today.

If the Higgs particle is discovered at Cern, with a mass of 125GeV as present rumours suggest, it will be the crowning jewel of our theoretical understanding, not only of the electroweak unified theory, but also of our understanding of our own origins, and the origin of almost all mass we measure in the universe.

All is not that rosy, however. The Standard Model gives no explanation of why the masses of the Higgs, the W and Z have the scales that they do. Indeed, other arguments suggest that one needs new physics to ensure that this scale of masses is not driven up to much higher energies due to quantum mechanical effects. One of the most exciting ways in which this behaviour might be kept in check involves a new possible symmetry in nature, called supersymmetry.

If supersymmetry is manifested in the real world, the number of elementary particles would double, and it turns out that because of this one would need not one Higgs particle but two particles to do the job of giving masses to the other particles in nature. Thus, many elementary particle physicists expect to find not one Higgs particle at Cern, but two.

Since supersymmetry is an essential ingredient that is built into the more speculative string theory models that attempt to unify gravity and quantum mechanics, there is even more reason for some theorists to hope that either two Higgs particles, or new particles – the super-partners of the particles making up ordinary matter – might be discovered at the LHC.

If a single Higgs and nothing else is discovered at the LHC it will therefore be a mixed blessing. Indeed, perhaps the worst empirical possibility we theorists can imagine. We will have discovered the origin of mass, as advertised, but there will be no new experimental guidance on how to take the next step, or where to search for empirical answers to the outstanding puzzles in particle physics, from the origin of the electroweak scale, or ultimately to a possible unification of all four known forces in the cosmos.
 Quoting: observation


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motivated
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yes. and intelligent. understanding all the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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perhaps most impressive - the anomolies are an adjusting the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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well think about it
something must be constantly "adjusting" all things in all places instantly always

example : if gravity field or any other field took 8 mins to adjust at c from earth to the sun our orbit was long gone before we wrote history, whatever the "adjuster" is, it is instant over distance , whatever the distance
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Yup... So it originated at a point of singularity and utilizes non local communication, probably.
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yes. and intelligent. understanding all the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
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perhaps most impressive - the anomolies are an adjusting the physics equations faster than planck's constant.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6076030


well think about it
something must be constantly "adjusting" all things in all places instantly always

example : if gravity field or any other field took 8 mins to adjust at c from earth to the sun our orbit was long gone before we wrote history, whatever the "adjuster" is, it is instant over distance , whatever the distance
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Yup... So it originated at a point of singularity and utilizes non local communication, probably.
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it is distributed for sure, thus acts as one (instant)
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I might be too. I'd call it 'the god material' though cause CERN owns the god particle and it's something different (intersectional anomalies at 124-126 GeV).
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hey ac
yes i got the visuals and i can write what i see but i am hovering over the arrival of some further known information to form the description clearer
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funny, what cern has discovered is the energetic (information) crossover of dimensions and this element is, as they all are, a carrier of that information with a role (motive) as a consequence
highly corrosive = singular motive as in:
be wary of mixing/ignoring motive
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Yeah, it's almost like its the elemental reducer whereas most others have an affinity to neutrality or polarity, Florine has an inclination to bind. The only element more corrosive is chlorine, which is significantly more complex.
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Not reducer, oxidizer; more electronegative than oxygen so often substitutes for it metabolically. Hydrofluoric acid is the strongest, more so than hydrochloric, and eats through glass so gotta store it in polymer.
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walk through higgs:

Getting something from nothing is one of the great developments in physics in the past century, from understanding how to create a universe from nothing, to our current understanding of how one might endow another form of nothing – namely empty space – with energy. But perhaps there is no better example relevant to our direct experience of how to get something from nothing than the phenomenon called "spontaneous symmetry breaking" that the Higgs boson represents.

If our ideas about the Higgs turn out to be true, then everything we see is a kind of window dressing based on an underlying fabric of reality in which we shouldn't exist. The particles from which we're made are massive and bind together to form protons, neutrons, nuclei, and ultimately atoms. But without the Higgs, these particles would actually be massless, like photons, which are required to move restlessly at the speed of light and cannot be confined, except perhaps in a black hole.

We have all experienced how the heaviness of an object depends on where it is located. In water, for example, with buoyant forces present, objects that are heavy on the land seem lighter. Similarly, if you try and push something through a very thick fluid it may appear heavier (giving you more resistance to the force of your pushing) than it would if you were pushing it through the air.

The Standard Model of particle physics implies that there is an otherwise invisible background "Higgs field" that permeates all of space. This field interacts with other particles with varying degrees of strength. As particles move through space, they interact with the background Higgs field, and those that interact more strongly will experience more resistance to their motion, and will act heavier. Some particles, like the photon, do not interact with the field at all, and remain massless.

In this way, the mass of everything we see is determined by the existence of this field, and if it didn't exist, essentially all particles would be massless. According to this picture, mass is an "accident" of our circumstances because we exist in a universe in which such a background field happens to have arisen.

But why a Higgs "particle"? Well, relativity tells us that no signal can travel faster than light. Incorporating this into quantum mechanics tells us that forces we think of as being due to fields like the electric field are actually transmitted between objects by the exchange of particles, and that these particles travel on average at the speed of light or slower.

Why particles transmit forces is like thinking of playing catch. If I throw a ball to you and you catch it, then you will be pushed backwards by the force of my ball, and I will be pushed backward by the act of throwing the ball. Thus we act as though we are repelling each other.

So, if there is a Higgs field, it turns out that there has to be a new particle associated with this field, and this is the Higgs particle.

This seems like a remarkable and fanciful framework, rather like concocting angels on the head of a pin. What would drive scientists to imagine such a scenario? One of the greatest theoretical successes of the last half of the 20th century has been the unification of two of the known forces in nature: electromagnetism and the weak force (responsible for the reactions that power the sun).

According to this theory, electromagnetic forces arise by the exchange of massless photons, and are long-range, whereas the short-range weak force results from the exchange of massive particles, called W and Z particles – discovered experimentally in the 1980s after they were predicted to exist in the 1960s.

In order for this theoretical unification to make mathematical sense, all three different kinds of particle would have to be massless in the underlying theory, and therefore the forces they mediated would be almost identical. However, only if the W and Z particles obtain a mass by interacting with a background field – the Higgs field – will the underlying unified theory be mathematically consistent, while at the same time implying that the two forces will appear different at the scales we measure them today.

If the Higgs particle is discovered at Cern, with a mass of 125GeV as present rumours suggest, it will be the crowning jewel of our theoretical understanding, not only of the electroweak unified theory, but also of our understanding of our own origins, and the origin of almost all mass we measure in the universe.

All is not that rosy, however. The Standard Model gives no explanation of why the masses of the Higgs, the W and Z have the scales that they do. Indeed, other arguments suggest that one needs new physics to ensure that this scale of masses is not driven up to much higher energies due to quantum mechanical effects. One of the most exciting ways in which this behaviour might be kept in check involves a new possible symmetry in nature, called supersymmetry.

If supersymmetry is manifested in the real world, the number of elementary particles would double, and it turns out that because of this one would need not one Higgs particle but two particles to do the job of giving masses to the other particles in nature. Thus, many elementary particle physicists expect to find not one Higgs particle at Cern, but two.

Since supersymmetry is an essential ingredient that is built into the more speculative string theory models that attempt to unify gravity and quantum mechanics, there is even more reason for some theorists to hope that either two Higgs particles, or new particles – the super-partners of the particles making up ordinary matter – might be discovered at the LHC.

If a single Higgs and nothing else is discovered at the LHC it will therefore be a mixed blessing. Indeed, perhaps the worst empirical possibility we theorists can imagine. We will have discovered the origin of mass, as advertised, but there will be no new experimental guidance on how to take the next step, or where to search for empirical answers to the outstanding puzzles in particle physics, from the origin of the electroweak scale, or ultimately to a possible unification of all four known forces in the cosmos.
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so , re supersymmetry

looking at the spiritual/auric healing traditions
described by those who see auras
and their composite layers
etheric double/templates are evident on the 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th layer of the light body
the bodies in between being more fluid

the spiritual healing traditions would describe the etheric template or double layer as the structured energy field which allows the other bodies to remain linked and allows information to be passed between these layers
the 2nd , 4th and 6th layers being described as fluid - with no definitive structure
ie are created by the transfer of information between structured layers - in a most individual fashion , depending on how we interpret/receive that information for ourselves and what we create as a result

the structured layers are the templates for organisation of matter to be 'condensed' on to - at the first layer - it created matrix fo the gross physical body to be laid down
( cf the tadpole eyes aligning electrically before condensing physically)
and for the psychic and noetic bodies to be structured and their corresponding layers

is this supersymmetry in motion ?
or am i grasping at the potential


any thoughts ?

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