Jack Sarfatti shared a link.
What people do not seem to understand is that the vacuum Higgs field is a Glauber coherent state of off mass shell spin zero Higgs quanta.
It's actually a virtual time crystal in Wilczek's sense.
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It's actually a virtual time crystal in Wilczek's sense.
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On Aug 27, 2012, at 8:40 PM, Carlos P ... wrote:
Dear Jack and Tony :
Thank you very much for your links. A friend of mine sent me
a compilation history of Higgs masses in the link by
Thomas Schucker, version 8, 2011 :
http://arxiv.org/abs/0708.3344
Best wishes
carlos
Dear Jack and Tony :
Thank you very much for your links. A friend of mine sent me
a compilation history of Higgs masses in the link by
Thomas Schucker, version 8, 2011 :
http://arxiv.org/abs/0708.3344
Best wishes
carlos



Jack Sarfatti 2) Static Coulomb field of a point charge q, i.e. e/r potential is a coherent Glauber state of longitudinally polarized spin 1 virtual photons of frequency f = 0 and wave numbers k weighted by 1/k^2 (see Wikipedia on Feynman propagators)

Jack Sarfatti http://en.wikipedia.org/
wiki/Propagator In quantum mechanics and quantum field theory, the propagator gives the probabil...See More9 minutes ago · · 
Jack Sarfatti 3) ordinary space crystal ground states are Glauber coherent states of virtual phonons again of frequency f = 0 but now with wave vectors k ~ harmonics of 1/lattice spacings of the unit cell.

Jack Sarfatti Note there are both acoustic and optical phonons. The acoustic phonons are analogous to the gapless Goldstone phase modes. The optical phonons with an energy gap are analogous to the Higgs bosons with mass of 125 Gev.

Jack Sarfatti http://en.wikipedia.org/
wiki/Phonon In physics, a phonon is a collective excitation in a periodic, elastic arrangeme...See More2 minutes ago · · 
Jack Sarfatti In the case of the Higgs field, if it is a time crystal then it has a spectrum of frequencies f =/= 0 if it changes in time as well as a spectrum of wave vectors k =/= 0 if it also is inhomogeneous in space. The past and future cosmological horizons provide long wave cutoffs.