Monday, 28 September 2015

Higgs Boson Magnetism (11)

Again, again and again Higgs boson magnetism is the actual subject which has to dominate this blog. In this post I am interested to talk about five points explaining Higgs boson magnetism influence on our universe.

The first point explaining Higgs boson magnetism influence on our universe is electron density; electrons rush to the black hole to form a straight line; its known that electrons form a strip to protect our universe from the outside world; the interesting point here is that Higgs boson magnetism also pull this strip of electrons and integrates it into universe five.

The second point explaining Higgs boson magnetism influence on our universe is particles formation to huge mushrooms in space, particles concentrate in space to form mushrooms' shapes and this is due to Higgs boson magnetism. I think that mushrooms in the form of clouds will be obvious in space to astronomers and even to people using simple tools to watch space.

The third point explaining Higgs boson magnetism influence on our universe is particles formation to very long lines; particles will condensate close to each other to form long lines in space. I think that lines of particles will be obvious to us with the naked eye. These lines of particles are due to Higgs boson magnetism.

The fourth point explaining Higgs boson magnetism influence on our universe is concentrations of stars; maybe five to six stars will concentrate very close to each other because of their displacement from their positions due to Higgs boson magnetism; these concentrations of stars will be also seen by the naked eye.

The last point explaining Higgs boson magnetism influence on our universe is the sun's wideness; the sun’s energy will be pulled, pulled and pulled until when the sun will have a double size. Higgs boson magnetism influence on the sun is very significant to warm our universe.

My intention to explain all the points cited above is to rise awareness about whats going on in our universe and to tell to the world scientific communities; be ready for the future.
       

  
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