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We all know that if you would translate the spin of a electron to a 'spinning top' then it would have to spin faster than light, which is a limit for anythings speed. Then we come to this " In the not-so-recent past we delved into some of the nitty-gritty of vector bosons such as the force particles of the Standard Model. We saw that relativity forces us to describe these particles with four-component mathematical objects. But alas, such objects are redundant because they encode more polarization states than are physically present. For example, a photon canít spin in the direction of motion (longitudinal polarization) since this would mean part of the field is traveling faster than the speed of light. " https://motls.blogspot.com/2011/10/who-ate-higgs.htmlIsn't that argument flawed? That ' a photon canít spin in the direction of motion (longitudinal polarization) since this would mean part of the field is traveling faster than the speed of light. 'I agree to that a 'spin' can't be ftl, but I find it harder to agree to that a quantum mechanical spin can't take any 'direction/polarization' it want. As this argument seems to state. A quantum mechanical spin has no classical counterpart, as far as I know?Actually I've been wondering about that before too.
Quote from: yor_onThere should be a possibility of just changing the header Chris? But I didn't find it.Just edit your original post, and the title is editable to change the title of the thread.Quote from: esquirefermion matter adopts a 1/2 spin as a measure instrument. it is a tool to gauge mass traveling at the speed of light.Electrons are spin=1/2 fermions, but they can never be accelerated up to the speed of light, as that would require infinite energy.Scientists know this, because the LEP (a predecessor to the LHC, in the same tunnel) managed to accelerate electrons and positrons very close to the speed of light, but could not reach c.What I said was whole number bosons have a spin motion of light speed. fermions have a half spin motion to light speed. that in no way implies that fermion travels at the speed of light. Quotegravitational force has a spin factor of 2, it is also not subject to velocity. its spin 2 motion factor exceeds that of a spin 1 motion.How do you account for the detection of a neutron star merger, where the gamma rays and gravitational waves arrives almost simultaneously (<2s apart) over a travel time of around 130 million years.This shows that photons and (hypothetical) gravitons travel at (almost) exactly the same speed.Note that the alignment here is between the "ringdown" phase of the gravitational waves and the start of the gamma-ray burst.- The fact that gravitational waves were detected for 100 seconds prior to the merger reflects the fact that these two neutron stars had been circling closer and closer for millions of years.- It is only in the last 100s before merger that the gravitational wave signal was intense enough for us to detect with current equipment- It is only in the first 2 seconds after the merger that the gamma ray signal was intense enough for us to detect with current equipmentSee: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GW170817
There should be a possibility of just changing the header Chris? But I didn't find it.
fermion matter adopts a 1/2 spin as a measure instrument. it is a tool to gauge mass traveling at the speed of light.
gravitational force has a spin factor of 2, it is also not subject to velocity. its spin 2 motion factor exceeds that of a spin 1 motion.
a gravitational wave is no longer a force field vector, it is a gravitational wave. its spin value as a gravitational wave still dominants the photonic gamma light wave. however the tensor stress of gravity loses its 2 to 1 spin ratio over the gamma photonic light spin value. what accounts for this? this possibility comes to mind, the gamma burst strength weakens the gravitational field vector, by pushing it outward beyond where the previous gravitational field concentration existed. the concussive nature of gamma burst compresses the gravitational field; i.e.: higgs fields compressing into higgs fields, via the concussive driven higgs boson experiments. this concussion of the gravity field causes gravity to condense into a condensate, approximately equivalent to a light wave. the condensate gravity adopts a wave/particle like feature.