Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Higgs Boson Infinity (88)

Higgs boson soustraction at higher level has always been my big interest because it can prove the changes occurring in nature. In this post I am interested to talk about five phenomena of soustraction which are seen to us without using any technology or visual materials.

The first phenomenon of soustraction is sinkholes; who can’t see sinkholes substituting the surface of earth from top to lower ground. Sinkholes are good example of soustraction because there is (-1) soil of the surface of earth and (+1) soil to the lower ground of earth.   

The second phenomenon of soustraction is volcanoes’ ash; volcanoes’ ash is substituted from earth to be added to the atmosphere; the (-1) of Higgs boson soustraction is the volcanoes’ ash from earth and the (+1) of Higgs boson soustraction is the added ash to the atmosphere.

The third phenomenon of soustraction is flowers; “Higgs Boson Flower” post has a good explanation to this phenomenon of soustraction.

The fourth phenomenon of soustraction is chalk decomposition; “Higgs Boson Chalk” post has a good explanation to this phenomenon of soustraction.

The last phenomenon of soustraction is typhoons; typhoons of the new era of life are as large as Australia and they can hold with them a huge quantity of water, the (-1) of Higgs boson soustraction is presented in the vaporized water from the pacific ocean and the (+1) of Higgs boson soustraction is presented in the quantity of the added water to the Asian continent.

Finally I think that soustraction will stay with us for long time in this blog. 
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