Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Photon, Entropy and the Higgs Boson

This is a discussion of how a photon loses energy over distance. Entropy is required by the universe. In this model the Planck's length is the distance a Dark Energy Ruleset in x,y,or z.

For every Planck's Length a photon wavelength travels 1 Higgs boson worth of energy is reduced from the frequency of the photon. This accounts for redshift.

This amount of energy is needed to communicate with the Ruleset. Without the required energy, the photon dissipates.

This previous posting covers more information.
http://www.aaronsreality.blogspot.com/2013/12/how-higgs-boson-must-work-in-svm.html
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