Monday, 25 April 2016

Higgs Boson Insulation (05)

This post is bringing additional information about Higgs boson insulation to our universe during it’s inflation. The insulation which I am interested to talk about is happening at the outside end edge of our universe, as we already know that the occurring cracks inside the end edge of our universe are filled with the decayed subatomic particles (Monitochs) and there are also the occurring cracks at the outside edge which are full filled with the carbon atom to form a strong sheet of diamond.

The decayed particles in our universe participate in it’s insulation from outside by passing through the occurred cracks; once they are outside our universe they build again into subatomic particles then into electrons, protons and neutrons then into carbon atom; the question here is why carbon atom and not another atom? Because carbon atom is the most strong atom to be built quickly and it’s attachment is the fastest attachment of atoms. I think that carbon (06) and carbon (12) are the most important carbons to participate in the insulation of our universe from outside.

Higgs boson magnetism is the creator of Higgs boson insulation by pulling particles to achieve their motion state; and this process occurs inside the insulating sheets of our universe and as we know inflation provokes cracks in this sheets and this is what’s allowing some of the particles to escape outside these insulating sheets to rebuilt again and form carbon atom, and the building of carbon atoms makes a perfect sheet of diamond.

The insulating diamond which I am talking about is not a hard diamond but is a soft one and it does accept dilatation and it can hold the inflation of our universe. I am sure that I am the first on planet earth who achieved the production of this kind of diamond.

Just few words to end this post; my understanding to Higgs boson insulation to our universe comes from my experiment inside Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) because simply this last is a miniature prototype to our universe.

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