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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: esquire on 10/08/2019 17:13:40

Title: how does quantum create mass without gravity?
Post by: esquire on 10/08/2019 17:13:40
energy seeks it lowest state. the bottom of the gravity well is at it's highest energy state. the principle of the higgs field is that massless energy seek the higgs field as the lowest state.

a standing wave requires opposite waves that cancel out. in experiments a higgs field creates mass via concussive force, where two higgs field compressed together to create particle mass. this concussive force creates a wave energy signature similiar to the theoretical higgs boson.

a higgs field is not a standing wave.  a wave isnot a field. a higgs field structure is void of energy potential. it has no energy via mass. according to theory, it is an empty acummulator structure, it draws energy that is seeking it's lowest potential. the higgs field can be visualized as a sombrero hat structure. when more then a single particle of massless energy falls into the higgs field sombrero hat structure they conjoin and erupt into a mass particle at the center. this conjoining produces the raised portion of the sombero hat and pops out as a mass particle.

the higgs field can in no way be related to gravity, it has no force attraction, it is an empty vessel. the random aspect of masslees particles seeking their lowest state is the driving impetus. these transaction occur at the speed of light, where the higgs field reside with massless energy, ... photons have no mass. once the higgs field has produced a mass particle, the particle's velocity slow to below the speed of light.

the energy signature of the higgs boson produced in experiments resembles the mathematical formula for the value of higgs boson. this manner of producing the higg boson is gravity concentric via concussion. in theory the creation of mass in "vacuum space" via the higgs field is not gravity concentric and dependent on quantum means.

i'm certain there is a line or two that some will consider word salad and will object to. so be it.
Title: Re: how does quantum create mass without gravity?
Post by: Halc on 10/08/2019 17:47:06
energy seeks it lowest state. the bottom of the gravity well is at it's highest energy state.
Low in a gravity well is lower energy, not higher. For example, a 1kg mass at the top of a building can perform more work than one at the bottom of the building.  The one on the ground has less gravitational potential energy, all else being the same.
So that mass sort of seeks that lower energy state deeper in the well, which is why water runs downhill.
Title: Re: how does quantum create mass without gravity?
Post by: esquire on 10/08/2019 17:56:07
energy seeks it lowest state. the bottom of the gravity well is at it's highest energy state.
Low in a gravity well is lower energy, not higher. For example, a 1kg mass at the top of a building can perform more work than one at the bottom of the building.  The one on the ground has less gravitational potential energy, all else being the same.
So that mass sort of seeks that lower energy state deeper in the well, which is why water runs downhill.

the closer to the gravitational source the  stronger the gravity.  the further away form the source the weaker the gravity.
Title: Re: how does quantum create mass without gravity?
Post by: Halc on 10/08/2019 18:11:03
the closer to the gravitational source the  stronger the gravity.  the further away form the source the weaker the gravity.
Quite right, but gravity is force, which is not energy.
Title: Re: how does quantum create mass without gravity?
Post by: esquire on 10/08/2019 19:23:36
the closer to the gravitational source the  stronger the gravity.  the further away form the source the weaker the gravity.
Quite right, but gravity is force, which is not energy.

yes youre right, should have stated gravity is at it's strongest. 

Difference Between Newton and Joule
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Title: Re: how does quantum create mass without gravity?
Post by: Halc on 10/08/2019 19:52:27
the closer to the gravitational source the  stronger the gravity.  the further away form the source the weaker the gravity.
Quite right, but gravity is force, which is not energy.
yes youre right, should have stated gravity is at it's strongest. 

Difference Between Newton and Joule
differencebetween.com/difference-between-newton-and-vs-joule/
I didn't even state that correctly.  A mass all by itself is responsible for a gravitational field, and that field by itself isn't even a force.  It is acceleration.  A = Gm/r˛.  For example, the gravity of Earth at the surface is 9.8 m/sec˛, which is not measured in Newtons.
Force and energy come into play if a 2nd mass is introduced at some distance r from the primary mass.  So say we have a gram pebble and a kg rock, both at the same distance, say on Earth's surface.
Now we have force, 9.8 Newtons for the rock, 1000 times the force on the pebble despite their being at the same point in the gravitational field. The force on either object is the force necessary to accelerate that object at 9.8m/sec˛.  The gravitational potential energy of either object is the amount of work needed to move the object from one distance from the primary mass to another.  Again, the rock thus requires 1000 times the energy (9.8 Joules) to lift it one meter, raising its potential energy by that amount in the process.
Title: Re: how does quantum create mass without gravity?
Post by: Colin2B on 18/08/2019 16:09:52
i'm certain there is a line or two that some will consider word salad and will object to. so be it.
This seems to be a feature of your posts. It should be of concern to you as you will find yourself restricted to posting only in our ‘lighter side’ section.