Maybe someone asks what is the relation between Higgs boson and it’s films? The answer to this question is the subject of this post. Films are layers made of silicon and
they are made by Higgs boson to separate the universes from each other; these layers could be produced by Higgs boson inside Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs).
Its true that there are more than twenty seven of Higgs boson thin films abandoned in nature; I am not bringing all of them in this post but I chosen to speak about five of them; the first one is the grasses’ thin film; this one is made of carbon atoms and it has an important role in carbon locking.
The second of Higgs boson thin films is made of carbon atoms and it is present in wood; the location of this thin film is always between two starches composition and this last is to make millions of thin films compacted together inside wood.
The third thin film made by Higgs boson is in flowers; this thin film is made of carbon atoms and it’s role is to cover the flowers’ dyes from any spoiler such as rain, snow, wind...etc. My apology to the world’s flowers of the disappearance of their thin film by the disappearance of the carbon atom, the world’s flowers will end by having the same colour; this colour could be any colour.
The fourth of Higgs boson thin films is the eye thin film; this thin film is responsible for the colour of the eyes.
The last of Higgs boson thin film is quarks rotations thin film; this one is made of the freed rotational quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs); once the quarks are in their assumption they form circles made by thin film; this last is impossible to penetrate by any other matter, the role of this thin film is to support Higgs boson acoustic waves movement.
To conclude this post I am sure that tones and tones and tones of stones could be used as a thin film to planet earth; that means that a thin film is not what we imagine; a very very very tiny layer made of any material. A thin film could be miles thick such as the ozone layer once compared to the whole universe. I hope I am not upsetting thin film professionals by my silly imagination.