higgs bosons of strong interactions
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2012 10:22:27
Dear Eef van Beveren
particle Light E(38) Higgs particle for strong interactions, not complaint with
STM and QCD.
hard to believe any theoretical work which do not consider the Don Borghi
experiment, and also Conte-Pieralice experiment. They both show that neutron is
formed by proton+electron (and not by the quark structure proposed in the
neutron formed by proton+ electron requires a New Physics, with new fundamental
principles not considered in standard Particle Physics. For instance, there is
need to explain why a neutron formed by proton+electron have spin 1/2, because
from the current laws of Particle Physics we would have to expect a spin 0 or
his article the autor Eef van Beveren wrote:
believe in down-to-earth physics which has a close connection to what can be observed in
experiment. Hence, I consider
mathematically consistent frameworks which extrapolate too far beyond where
experiment can falsify its predictions, as a lot of fun, but not to be taken too
seriously. There exist many examples, the Standard Model for particle physics is
just one of them. Deep in my heart I pray that the Creator had a bit more
imagination, way beyond our horizon, when she cooked up nature”.
Mr. Beveren, God had a bit more imagination when she cooked up nature: She
decided to build the neutron by using a proton+electron, and by using some
different principles of those considered in current Particle Physics.
have experimental evidences: Don Borghi and Conte-Pieralice experiments.
why do you not consider them? After all, you claim to “believe in down-to-earth physics
which has a close connection to what can be observed in
continuing to neglect the Don Borghi and Conte-Pieralice experiments, the
particle theorists will never succeed to find a satisfactory theory, because the
two experiments require new foundations different of that considered by them in
their theoretical search.
very sorry seeing such conspiracy of the academic physicists in their blind
refuse of considering Don Borghi experiment.
are playing hide and seek with Physics