# The Naked Scientists Forum

#### andy054

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« on: 24/01/2009 16:11:58 »

24th January 2009

The speed of time is equal to the number of higgs bosons relevant to the space:

Movement through the higgs field, mass, energy all distorts the higgs field, causing a vacuum (a space of zero higgs bosons) to occur, causing the higgs bosons to fall into it.

a)   This will cause the space around the vacuum to slow down (the effect of time slowing down).

b)   Also the falling of higgs bosons into the vacuum will cause a force known as gravity (a wave of falling higgs bosons)

The speed of light is equal to the rate of higgs bosons:

When movement through the higgs field reaches the speed of light, the rate of higgs bosons falling (into the vacuum) is equal to the energy of the movement.

Anything smaller than the higgs field will move faster then the speed of light and time will be no longer relevant.

#### Vern

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« Reply #1 on: 24/01/2009 16:20:12 »

24th January 2009

The speed of time is equal to the number of higgs bosons relevant to the space:

Movement through the higgs field, mass, energy all distorts the higgs field, causing a vacuum (a space of zero higgs bosons) to occur, causing the higgs bosons to fall into it.

a)   This will cause the space around the vacuum to slow down (the effect of time slowing down).

b)   Also the falling of higgs bosons into the vacuum will cause a force known as gravity (a wave of falling higgs bosons)

The speed of light is equal to the rate of higgs bosons:

When movement through the higgs field reaches the speed of light, the rate of higgs bosons falling (into the vacuum) is equal to the energy of the movement.

Anything smaller than the higgs field will move faster then the speed of light and time will be no longer relevant.

Good to get that idea out there since we haven't even found the Higgs boson; my guess is that we won't ever really find it. You only need the Higgs if you are deep into Lagrangian maths and want to predict the existence of mass. I sense that you probably are not deep into Lagrangian maths.

#### lyner

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« Reply #2 on: 25/01/2009 18:58:09 »
I like your style, Vern. Keep it up.

#### Vern

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« Reply #3 on: 25/01/2009 19:49:49 »
I like your style, Vern. Keep it up.
Hey; just having fun but I don't want to discourage anyone from thinking either.