Let’s talk vectors; Higgs boson magnetism
vectors are well shaped and their design has some of my explanation to Higgs
boson magnetism building. In this post I would like to show you some of my
design to Higgs boson magnetism vectors in order to have a deeper idea about
Higgs boson magnetism field. I am interested to present five graphs to give a
good meaning to this post.

The first graph (111) is showing Higgs boson
magnetism with it’s correlation, the red and black colors are particles with
their anti-particles and the yellow and the green colors are correlation to
both particles, what I wanted to say from this graph is that Higgs boson
magnetism is constituted by four elements acquiring power from the push of each
other, and this is what makes them pulling each other back.

The second graph (112) is showing Higgs boson
magnetism particles in green color and their correlation in yellow color; Higgs
boson magnetism particles always take a sinusoidal wave shape and their
movement is always backwards, and their correlation is imminent to occur in
order to make their power of pulling possible.

The third graph (113) is showing Higgs boson
magnetism particles in sinusoidal waves shape; these sinusoidal waves started
at the smallest shape with the smallest amount of particles and they become
bigger and bigger with higher amount of particles.

The fourth graph (114) is showing Higgs boson
magnetism particles and their correlation at their maximum pick; and this means
when inflation is at the highest level, particles movement becomes more
vertical than horizontal and this is due to Higgs boson magnetism slowdown.

The last graph (115) is showing Higgs boson
magnetism particles in green and their correlation in yellow and both their correlation
is in red. The surprising thing here is that Higgs boson magnetism seems with
three elements and not four; the meaning from this graph is that the correlation
of particles and anti-particles could be presented in one element.