On Jul 14, 2012, at 5:06 PM, MPOGO@aol.com wrote:
Jack,
Very much appreciated your online explanation that the Higgs field is made up of virtual Higgs Bosons, and that you have to "hit" the vacuum with 100s of GeV energy to materialize a Higgs in real space.
If the Higgs field is the source of inertial mass, and gravitation mass is equal to inertial mass from the equivalence principle, then is the Higgs field also the source of gravity? I think this would require the Higgs field "viscosity to become anisotropic, making easer for a particle to accelerate towards a mass then away from one.
What does the master think? :)
Mark
Definitely a good question. One must include the stress-energy tensor Tuv
Scalar field
Main article: Klein–Gordon equation
The stress-energy tensor for a scalar field which satisfies the Klein–Gordon equation is
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/math/1/f/c/1fcdac70037e6a41532326d76c96d42a.png
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stress–energy_tensor
where phi is the vacuum expectation value of the Higgs-Goldstone Glauber coherent state of huge but uncertain numbers of virtual massive Higgs and virtual massless Goldstone all in the same cell of phase space of volume h^3.
of the spin 0 Higgs field into Einstein’s field equation
Guv + (8piG/c^4)Tuv = 0
where now m ~ 125 Gev
Note that the second term in Tuv has the form of Einstein’s cosmological constant / with
/ ~ (10^28 cm)^-1 = (125 Gev)|vacuum superconductor expectation value of Higgs-Goldstone field|^2
This is an interesting quantitative formula.
/^-1 = area of our future event horizon in Tamara Davis’s conformal time diagram
with the anti-gravity DARK ENERGY DENSITY = hc//Lp^2 = redshifted advanced Wheeler-Feynman Hawking-Unruh black body radiation from our future de Sitter event horizon.
Note also
Physicists Propose Building a Crystal of Space-Time
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Jack Sarfatti
There is a very intuitive though not simple way to understand the space-time crystal.
1) spontaneous broken symmetry in complex many particle systems. These are quantum phase transitions like when our observable universe is created in the moment of inflation out of the pre-existing unstable false vacuum in which all particles have zero rest mass because the Higgs field had not yet formed. The appearance of the Higgs field is the effect spontaneous broken symmetry in which the post-inflation quantum vacuum of our expanding universe. The quantum vacuum has less symmetry than do the field equations for some of the matter fields.
2) Quantum field theory shows that matter exists in two very different forms - real and virtual. Matter in virtual form lives inside the quantum vacuum briefly popping into and out of existence. We see this indirectly in small shifts of spectral lines of atoms (Lamb shift) and in the Casimir zero point force between two neutral plates. Virtual particles do not transport energy outside the "near field" and they cannot directly cause a counter to click only real particles can do that. The LHC just showed us a real Higgs boson kicked out of the vacuum by the tremendous focused energy of the machine. It's like chipping a small piece of ice out of a huge glacier that is the VIRTUAL Higgs-Goldstone spontaneous broken symmetry field inside the vacuum. There are two kinds of spontaneous broken symmetry particles. The Goldstone particle has zero rest mass like the photon particle of light. The Higgs particle has a finite rest mass now seen at about 125 Gev in the LHC. There may be several Higgs and Goldstone particles. The Higgs and Goldstone particles come in conjugate pairs like the amplitude and phase of a coherent laser beam wave. In fact the Higgs-Goldstone vacuum field is mathematically somewhat similar to a laser beam field with some important differences of course. The mathematics of these general "coherent states" was worked out in the early 1960's by Nobel Laureate Harvard physics professor Roy Glauber. Basically we have a large number of particles all in the same single-particle quantum state although that actual number is uncertain and in the simplest case has a Poisson distribution.This happens not only in lasers but in superconductors and as we see below even in Frank Wilczek's space-time crystal. The difference is that the Higgs vacuum field that itself gives rest masses to the leptons and quarks is made up of huge numbers of VIRTUAL Higgs-Goldstone conjugate particle pairs that form a set of complex numbers z in the polar representation for those of you who know some high school math where z = Rexp(itheta). R is the amplitude and theta is the phase. The massive Higgs particle in real form are quantized vibrations in the amplitude R like you AM radio. The massless Goldstone particles in real form are quantized vibrations in the phase theta of the coherent vacuum field like your FM radio roughly.
3) A space crystal is a periodic lattice of atoms that forms in a quantum phase transition in which the continuous translational symmetry of the higher temperature gas or liquid is spontaneously broken down to a much smaller discrete crystal group. The phonon is a massless Goldstone particle. The analogous Higgs particle would be a phonon sound wave with an energy gap at infinite wavelength. However, a single phonon is a collective normal mode of all the real atoms that form the crystal lattice. Now real phonons that propagate sound energy have a frequency that is the speed of sound divided by the wavelength. However, virtual phonons do not obey that relationship at all. Indeed, the crystal lattice itself is a Glauber coherent state of a huge uncertain number of VIRTUAL PHONONS all in the same single-phonon quantum state. These particular virtual phonons have zero frequency with finite wavelengths along the three directions of space that are determined by the particular discrete space-crystal group that is not spontaneously broken. A very similar thing happens for electromagnetic photons in the ordinary electrostatic Coulomb field e/r potential energy per unit test charge q in the rest frame of a point charge e where r is the distance between e and q. The longitudinal electrostatic field is a coherent Glauber state of a huge uncertain number of virtual photons of zero frequency with a whole continuum of wavelengths along the three dimensions of space.
4) We now have a unified conceptual framework. The space-time crystal is simply a Glauber coherent state of again virtual phonons but this time with a finite frequency and the same set of discrete wavelengths as in the space-crystal.
20 Things You (probably) Didn’t Know About the Higgs Boson
by Saul-Paul Sirag (7/7/12)
1. It’s called a boson, because it has spin-0, which puts it into the family of
integral-spin particles (including the photon with spin-1).
2. All bosons obey Bose-Einstein statistical rules. Satyendranath Bose and
Albert Einstein published these statistical rules in 1924. These
statistics imply that bosons tend to be in the same quantum state, an
example being the photons in a laser beam.
3. The other family of particles (which have half-integral spin) is called
Fermions because they obey Fermi-Dirac statistical rules, published
by Enrico Fermi and Paul Dirac in 1926. For example, electrons and
protons have spin-1/2, and thus obey Fermi-Dirac statistics. These
statistics imply that any two fermions (of like kind) can never be in
the same quantum state. This is why there is solid matter.
4. It’s called the Higgs Boson, after Peter Higgs who in 1964 published a
paper proposing the existence of a spin-0 field that provided mass
to the spin-1 particles that carry the weak force.
5. Five other physicists, published a similar idea in two papers: (1) Francois
Englert & Robert Brout, of Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
(2) Tom Kibble of Imperial College, London; Gerald Guralnik of the
University of Rochester; & Carl Hagen of Brown University.
6. However, Dr. Higgs (at the University of Edinburgh) was the first to
propose that there had to be a massive spin-0 particle which could in
principle be detected. He added this particle proposal as an extra
paragraph to his paper in order to rebut the criticism that his idea was
not sufficiently relevant to be published.
7. The Higgs Boson is called the last remaining item of the Standard Model
of particle physics to be detected. However, by the rules of the
Standard Model alone, the Higgs particle would absorb too much
mass by interacting with the virtual particles of the quantum vacuum.
8. Enter SUSY (more formally called supersymmetry). SUSY requires a
supersymmetry partner (of opposite-spin type) for every particle of
the Standard Model. SUSY fixes the problem of too much mass from
the virtual particle interactions, because supersymmetry partners have
an opposite effect on the virtual interactions.
9. But wait, the discovery of a Higgs boson with a mass of 125 GeV at the
Large Hadron Collider (the LHC), looks too much like a plain-vanilla
Standard Model Higgs boson.
10. Well, Gordon Kane (at the University of Michigan) has a solution:
bring in M-theory (which unifies the 5 competing Superstring
theories, entailing also SUSY, of course). In this very avant garde
(but beautiful) picture, “the lightest Higgs boson behaves very much
like the standard-model Higgs boson. And it has a mass of about 125
GeV, just as observed.” (See: Gordon Kane, Nature, 16 Dec. 2011).
11. Dr. Kane says “the lightest Higgs boson” because SUSY claims that
there are 4 other Higgs bosons, but they are much too massive to
detected at LHC.
12. So how can we distinguish between a Standard-Model Higgs boson and
a SUSY modified version of the lightest Higgs boson? Dr. Kane has a
ready answer: “It will be easy to tell h [the Higgs boson] is the
supersymmetric one since superpartners will also be found.” (See:
http://www.science20.com/print/82028 .)
13. Incidentally, Dr. Kane has just won a $100-bet with Stephen Hawking
(of Cambridge University). Dr. Hawking made a bet with Dr. Kane
that the Higgs boson could not be found at the LHC (because it would
be swamped the noise of mini black holes). So far, at the LHC, the
Higgs has been found but the mini black holes have not shown up.
14. The Higgs boson is also called the God Particle, because that is the title
of a (very funny) popular book by Leon Lederman (with Dick
Teresi) in 1993. Somewhat like in the Bible, the universe started out
with a chaotic mix of particles all moving at the speed of light because
none of them had rest mass. Then very close to the beginning of time
the Higgs field turned on and the particles wading through this field
slowed down a bit because they were accumulating rest mass.
15. The name God Particle, has offended many physicists (and others).
Dr. Lederman (Nobel laureate & former director of the Fermi
National Accelerator Laboratory) wrote in his book that he wanted to
call it “the Goddamed particle” because it is so hard to find; but his
publisher (Houghton Mifflin Co.) insisted on “the God particle.”
16. There was not enough evidence at Fermilab Tevatron (with only 2TeV
energy level) to claim a discovery of the Higgs boson, according to
the most recent data analysis released on the 2nd of July, 2012, just 2
days before the LHC claim of Higgs boson at 125-126 GeV.
17. Dr. Lederman was the leader of the plan to build the Superconducting
Supercollider (SSC) at Waxahachie, Texas, which would have had a
ring 54 miles in circumference and produce collisions at 40 TeV.
(Compare this to the LHC with a 27-mile ring and a top collision
energy of 14 TeV.) Dr. Lederman wrote his book to drum up support
in the US (especially the Congress) for building the SSC.
Construction had already begun, but there was a good possibility that
the whole project would be cancelled by the US Congress.
18. The very year The God Particle was published (1993), Congress did
cancel the SSC. Two billion Dollars had already been spent in design
of the SSC and construction of the underground tunnel. President Bill
Clinton (in his first year in office) urged Congress “to support this
important and challenging effort” because “abandoning the SSC at
this point would signal that the United States is compromising its
position of leadership in basic science.” It would have cost another 10
billion Dollars to complete the SSC by the year 2000. (Compare this
with the smaller and much later LHC costing about 12 billion
Dollars.) See: Superconducting Supercollider in Wikipedia.
19. Still, Lederman & Terresi’s book, The God Particle, is one of the best
books (and most fun to read) to understand the discovery of the Higgs
Boson at the LHC, announced at CERN on the 4th of July, 2012.
20. Also Gordon Kane’s book, Supersymmetry (Perseus, 2000) is
wonderfully clear. His “Appendix B: The Supersymmetry
Explanation of the Higgs Mechanism” is a must read for insight
into SUSY’s role in all this.
On Jul 11, 2012, at 1:35 PM, Saul-Paul Sirag wrote:
Gravitons are a prediction of quantum-gravity theories.
right
Gravity waves are a prediction of Einstein's General Relativity theory.
These are separate issues.
Exactly, C... and others on this list are muddled on this.
Also, gravity waves are far field which actually is leakage and no good for warp fields that need to be stable localized near field configurations.
From the quantum field theory POV
Classical far field gravity waves are coherent Glauber states of huge numbers of real on mass shell transverse polarized gravitons.
In contrast, the classical near field gravity fields, e.g. g00 = 1 - rs/r in Schwarzschild Solution are coherent Glauber state of huge numbers of VIRTUAL off-mass-shell gravitons that INCLUDE the THREE NON-TRANSVERSE POLARIZATIONS
GRAVITY IS SPIN 2 WITH 5 VIRTUAL POLARIZATIONS + GAUGE INVARIANCE CONSTRAINTS
ELECTROMAGNETISM IS SPIN 1 WITH THREE VIRTUAL POLARIZATIONS (one longitudinal shows up in near field).
GRAVITY IS A LOCAL GAUGE FIELD FROM NON-COMPACT UNIVERSAL SPACETIME SYMMETRY GROUP FOR ALL MATTER FIELDS
ELECTROMAGNETISM IS A LOCAL GAUGE FIELD FROM COMPACT U1 NOT-UNIVERSAL SYMMETRY GROUP FOR SOME MATTER FIELDS.
FOR CRANK AMATEURS TO EQUATE THEM BASED ON A SUPERFICIAL RESEMBLANCE 1/r potential SHOWS HOW CLUELESS THEY ARE. Basically they are doing Cargo Cult Pseudo-Physics (e.g. L & Co).
Dark energy may be evidence for spin 1 gravitons since, as even you said, that does allow anti-gravity.
Direct gravity wave detectors would see spin 1 and spin 0 if they existed and were properly modified.
If the spin 0 and spin 1 gravitons had large masses from a Higgs mechanism they would not be seen in near field astronomy.
Also how they couple (strength) to fermions and gauge bosons is another issue.
The point is that tetrad gravity when quantized is SPIN 1
pairs of tetrad quanta can be spin 2, spin 1, spin 0 in orbital S-states. Indeed one can get even higher angular momenta
J = L + S
However, gravitons are required by superstring theory.
Although there is much controversy in the physics community over superstring theory, the recent discovery of the Higgs boson at CERN, opens the road to the discovery of supersymmetry partners, especially after the LHC is ramped up to its design energy of 14 GeV. This may be two years in the future, of course.
right
Gordon Kane (who won $100 in a bet with Stephen Hawking over the Higgs boson) has shown that there is an intimate connection between the Higgs boson (or bosons) and supersymmetry and superstring theory.
I mention this at the end of a short piece I wrote up called "20 things you (probably) didn't know about the Higgs boson."
It's written in the style of the "20 Things You Didn't Know" series in Discover magazine.
I'm attaching a pdf of this 3page article here: <SPS-HiggsBoson-20Things-7Jul12.pdf>
All for now;-)
Saul-Paul
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On Jul 11, 2012, at 7:32 AM, fid wrote:
They might be waves, but not in the graviton sense according to ZPE. They are ripples in the Space-time vacuum...You can't get Dark Energy repulsion between gravitons and photons...C
Saul-Paul wrote:
Note that the Hulse-Taylor binary measurements provide very good indirect evidence for Gravity Waves as described by Einstein's GR.
All for now;-)
Saul-Paul
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On Jul 10, 2012, at 9:23 PM, Jonathan Post wrote:
Experiment will determine this. If not LIGO - Laser Interferometer
Gravitational Wave Observatory, then someday with Laser Interferometer
Space Antenna (LISA) -- the joint NASA-ESA project to develop and
operate a space-based gravitational wave detector.
http://elmer.caltech.edu/ph237/
Caltech's Physics 237-2002
Gravitational Waves
A Web-Based Course
Organized and Designed by Kip S. Thorne, Mihai Bondarescu and Yanbei Chen
Lectures by Thorne and Guest Lecturers*
Video of lectures by Bondarescu and Chen
Homework problems by Thorne and Guest Lecturers
Homework solutions by Bondarescu and Chen
On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 9:17 PM, JACK SARFATTI <sarfatti@pacbell.net> wrote:
News to me
On Jul 10, 2012, at 9:06 PM, C wrote:
Hal Puthoff doesn't even believe in gravity waves.
C is muddled and Hal Puthoff absolutely denies ever telling C this.
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Quantum Gravity: Planned Experiments at UC Merced
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thanks to M Crane - there are also papers sent to me from Ira Einhorn that may be of interest.
Diary of a Mad Physicist in San Francisco’s Bohemian Wild & Woolly North Beach ;-)
Source material for those interested in David Kaiser’s “How the Hippies Saved Physics”
Remember Newton spent a lot of time on Occult Alchemy et-al.
http://www.4shared.com/office/F54uDm8V/Jack1979PartI.html 135 megs
this is only part 1 of a book length manuscript
I will edit it, bring it up to date and publish it as an I Book.
On Jul 9, 2012, at 6:46 PM, JACK SARFATTI wrote:
Ask Russell Targ
Actually such loss should not happen because in addition to Landau-Ginzburg spontaneous breakdown of ground state symmetries in the brain (e.g. Vitiello & Freeman) there must be 2D membrane-based topological barriers making the entanglement really robust against thermal fluctuations for even the single living brain to function as a coherent conscious entity - in my opinion.
July 2006, Physics Today
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On Jul 9, 2012, at 6:29 PM, Gary S Bekkum wrote:
Hi Jack,
I'm wondering if anyone in the quantum information field has looked into quantum statistical signal loss over distance ... I wonder if your entangled brains idea could be shown to obey a signal loss measure caused by cumulative environmental decoherence effects related to distance between brains?
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On Jul 9, 2012 7:29 PM, "JACK SARFATTI" <sarfatti@pacbell.net> wrote:
On Jul 9, 2012, at 2:09 PM, Jonathan Post wrote:
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* It is now well established that quantum nonlocality really does
“connect” the separated parts of the same quantum mechanical system
(c.f. Freedman-Clauser, Aspect, etc.)
* There are several “No-Signal Theorems” in the literature (c.f. P.
Eberhard, A. Shimony, …) showing that quantum nonlocal signaling is
impossible, e.g., a change on one measurement has no observable effect
on the other, in the absence of coincidence links.
* However, Peacock and Hepburn have argued that these “proofs” are
tautological and that certain key assumptions (e.g., measurements are
local) are inconsistent with the quantum formalism (e.g.,
Bose-Einstein symmetrization).
Therefore, the question of nonlocal signaling remains “open” (at least
a crack) and should be tested.
There is ample evidence now for nonlocal signaling in the mind culminating in Daryl Bem’s data
(Libet, Puthoff& Targ SRI, Radin, Bierman, ... Bem)
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* It is now well established that quantum nonlocality really does
“connect” the separated parts of the same quantum mechanical system
(c.f. Freedman-Clauser, Aspect, etc.)
* There are several “No-Signal Theorems” in the literature (c.f. P.
Eberhard, A. Shimony, …) showing that quantum nonlocal signaling is
impossible, e.g., a change on one measurement has no observable effect
on the other, in the absence of coincidence links.
* However, Peacock and Hepburn have argued that these “proofs” are
tautological and that certain key assumptions (e.g., measurements are
local) are inconsistent with the quantum formalism (e.g.,
Bose-Einstein symmetrization).
Therefore, the question of nonlocal signaling remains “open” (at least
a crack) and should be tested.
There is ample evidence now for nonlocal signaling in the mind culminating in Daryl Bem’s data
(Libet, Puthoff& Targ SRI, Radin, Bierman, ... Bem)
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