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Let the proton energy be Pe. The formula for total energy can then be represented by the equation Pe = Be + 2Uk + Dk + 2Uh + Dh. Where Be is binding energy Uk and Dk are the up and down quark kinetic energies and Uh and Dh are the up and down quark energies acquired via the Higgs mechanism.

Quote from: jeffreyH on 17/04/2016 13:08:04Let the proton energy be Pe. The formula for total energy vcan then be represented by the equation Pe = Be + 2Uk + Dk + 2Uh + Dh. Where Be is binding energy Uk and Dk are the up and down quark kinetic energies and Uh and Dh are the up and down quark energies acquired via the Higgs mechanism.I don't think you need the extra after ''Be''Pe = BeBe=Pe

Let the proton energy be Pe. The formula for total energy vcan then be represented by the equation Pe = Be + 2Uk + Dk + 2Uh + Dh. Where Be is binding energy Uk and Dk are the up and down quark kinetic energies and Uh and Dh are the up and down quark energies acquired via the Higgs mechanism.

Well then you don't understand the basis for the hypothesis.

The proton and neutron energy equations can be stated thus.Here k = kinetic energy and h = Higgs energy.If during an infinitesimally short time interval the graviton reduced the inertial mass obtained via the Higgs field a consequence of this disturbance could be a displacement of the mass in the direction of the gravitational source.

There is a maximum kinetic energy that can't physically be reached. That is 1/2mc^2. Since this could also equate to the entropy at the surface of a black hole the yes you may be partly right. How you got there baffles me.

I tell you what Thebox why don't you find out about entropy and I mean properly and come back and explain it to me.

Well I would rather say that since gravity attracts and under extreme conditions draws in energy and gobbles up entropy then dark energy should distribute entropy over an expanding spacetime. This is a balance which preserves the thermodynamic integrity of the universe as a whole. However, entropy will still tend to increase for both situations. So what you say is in the right general direction but that is only my opinion.

I have to point out a major issue with this hypothesis that still needs to be resolved. Depending upon what the cause, gravity or energy input, an accelerating object will experience opposite magnitudes of time dilation for each respectively. This leaves the hypothesis either invalid or incomplete. A resolution will have to be found with respect to the Higgs field interactions if the hypothesis has merit.

That is a very interesting viewpoint and does relate to time dilation.