Monday, 26 January 2015

Higgs Boson Syndication (13-3)

This post is remarkably posed on a flying carpet to take us around the universe to look at the spinning materials under the folded insulators which are already cited in “Higgs Boson Insulations” posts. There are five main materials in our universe which I am interested to indicate in this post and the aim from bringing them to your vision is strictly an abnormal idea to some people’s opinion; we have to remember that the abnormal is slowly becoming normal. I am sure that there are thousands and thousands of examples of spinning materials which could be seen on our planet earth.

The first spinning material in our universe is the submitted quarks from Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) experiment; quarks spinning is equal to ½ spin that makes them integrated to Higgs boson of the first universe easily. My imagination to the total of the submitted quarks is real because it could be seen in the picture below
    
The second spinning material in our universe is quarks assumption; the interconnection between universe (1) and our universe makes the quarks assumption horizontally then vertically, and also in this case the quarks half spin makes this assumption possible between the two universes. The picture below is showing how quarks assumption could be horizontally and vertically.

The third spinning material in our universe is omega particles; I already noticed in “Higgs Boson Discovered” post that omega particles participate in the building of Higgs boson symmetry breaking second generation of fermions by (17/2); that means that omega particles obey to “Pauli Exclusion Principle”, by conclusion to the statement above we understand that omega particles have half spin which makes their integration to Higgs boson magnetism easily.

The fourth spinning material in our universe is alpha particles; alpha particles are essential to the decomposing of our universe and to make it travelling back this is just because of their half spin which makes them integrating easily in Higgs boson magnetism.

The last spinning material in our universe is beta particles; beta particles are a huge exception in the building of all sort of matter; their movement is similar to quarks movement and they have half spin too. Beta particles form a sinusoidal wave once released and they can easily integrating in Higgs boson magnetism.

To conclude this post I think that human beings technologies are still very far to understand most of the particles' movement; my solution here is the production of High temperature Superconductor to innovate these technologies. 

NB: The image above is from accuweather.com  
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