Monday, September 15, 2008

The hidden Higgs Boson

So, the LHC is looking for the Higg's Boson. Good luck. I am convinced that you will never find it on Earth.

In my previous writing I describe Dark Matter as a Massive particle that has an anti-spin and is charge repugnant. This particle find Baryons repugnant. The earth has a massive magnetic field. So we will only find Dark Matter in interstellar space. These particle will be massive.

The other reason I don't want to call this a Boson is that, in my opinion, bosons transport information. Information require a charge to impart energy. Dark matter reacts poorly to charge. It may be more like a mix between a lepton and a quark, but it is definitely not a boson.

The Higg's Boson is not necessary.

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