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    Posted June 27, 2014 by
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    Where Does Mass Come From ?

     


    Two years ago, the fourth of july of 2012, finally emerged what Peter Higgs and Francois Englert theorized many years before, the famous so called God's particle. It concerns a special particle which is responsible of mass' existence all over around us and it, as the photons for the magneto-electric field, represents the Higgs' field, which is that area in which the particles, according the Standard Model, soon after the Big Ben explosion, gained their own mass to become what we may see all around us, the common matter. The scientifical experiment has been prooved in CERN's Large Hadron Collider Accelerator exactly two years ago. But one more theory concerning the mass' existence, has been prooved few days ago in the Imperial College of London, where, from two photons' crash, have been created both version of particles, the matter and the antimatter ones. Someone affirmed that finally, it would have been discovered the way from which mass emerged into our Universe and it would be in conflict with the Higg's Boson. In fact as Fabiola Giannotti, a very significantly member of the CERN's team, explained in a simple model, that we could imagine the Higgs' Field like a sort of jam substance, in which all the partcles without mass yet, they passed throughout it, someone getting mass and someone remaining without it, like photons. Well, now it would be interesting which one of both theories is the more credible, at least for the common reader who just is interested in cooking matter, given that phisic is very helpfull in that contest. Which are the real and the false masses ? (Continuing)
    Guidonia, 27 of juin 2014, h. 06.16 am. Mario R. Zampella

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