As we look at our quaint, and stagnant evolutionary energy trends, along with the emerging ($ funded and supported) scientific leaders in NON-ADVANCED (pun intended) energy systems, we might do well to step back and re-evaluate where we are headed, and what, perhaps, did we miss in Physics’ standard model, supposedly the foundation upon which we exist. http://www.ucsusa.org/clean_energy/our-energy-choices/energy-trends.html
As the article on the God Particle below suggests, “it is inescapable that two worldviews, one scientific and technical, the other human and experiential, must either collide or converge”.
But more than that, are we not ignoring some of the most basic and fundamental relationship concepts in the matter-energy-space-time-field realms long since discovered and unapplied?
Such as ….Matter-energy-space-time-field relationships precisely determined by the degree of curvature of the Quantity C radius which exist between any two reference points. The Quantity C representing the Radius of Curvature of all Natural Law, more appropriately defined as “the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter”.
An impressive and historical view of E=MC2 presented by David Bodanis presents the opportunity for questions: E=mc²: A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation by David Bodanishttp://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2802.E_mc_
The book begins with the separate and isolated recognitions of the conservation of mass, and the conservation of energy, “ all the mass there is – really were parts of a single connected whole, and vice versa, “all the energy there is – really were parts of a single connected whole, each magically balanced, with nothing connecting the two realms.
Then along came Einstein with his E=mc2, showing how the two realms were one, leading to many of the crude and elementary tunnels/connections to each, such as a high speed neutron will not split the uranium atom, but has to be slowed down to thermal velocity so it can settle into the nucleus. Elementary connective observations were also made in astrophysics, for example, the dense core of a star is under a lot of pressure, and pressure is also a form of energy, and energy is another sort of mass…….
But where are the rest of the relationships of matter-energy-space-time-field realms and their common denominators of frequency and vibration?
We know the natural laws are not absolute, but relative. That is, the size and shape of the curve of one law is dependent upon the value and position of the others.
We have seen that the nucleus of the atom of uranium 235 dips below the zero line with the addition of only one mass unit, making a total of 236, yet the nucleus of the atom of uranium 238, although close to the zero line is still on the positive side of the curve because of the fact that the shape of the gravitational curve is modified not only by the mass present but also by the number and position of the electrical charges.
When we state that the quantity C is the radius of the curvature of natural law, we mean simply that if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point. Read More StarSteps
Further explorations into the elementary basics of the quantity C, would clarify and complete Einstein’s 1928 unified field theory, putting the God Particle, strings theories, and theories of everything in their respective place.
What Would God Think of the God Particle? - Part 1 http://www.sfgate.com/opinion/chopra/article/What-Would-God-Think-of-the-God-Particle-Part-1-4912449.php#!
As Rolf-Dieter Heuer, director of the LHC project, stated in a 2011 talk, "The Higgs is neither matter nor force. The Higgs is just different.” We won’t go into the differences here, except to say that there is reason to assume that the Higgs isn’t one of a kind but the opening wedge to an entire class of so-called scalar particles. One optimistic view of the results observed so far holds that the discovery will lead to new developments in particle physics. These would open up a finer level of the quantum domain and thus bring physics closer to its holy grail, a Theory of Everything, a grandiose-sounding, particle-based view of the cosmos.
The more pessimistic overview,( but as its proponents claim more realistic,) states that the LHC results have not given any evidence of the existence of other particles that would be needed to continue our understanding of the physics beyond the Higgs, to what is expected to be the next theoretical development, dubbed supersymmetry. As such, there’s a major snag in attempts to ultimately develop a Theory of Everything. Even leaving arguments related to theories of physics aside, such a theory, as envisaged, doesn’t say anything and in fact cannot say anything about life, evolution and the phenomena of mind and awareness. It is not even clear how gravity, the last of the four forces of nature described by general relativity, will fit into the Standard Model – at this point, a great deal of current theory, including the widely touted superstring theory, is interesting speculation.
It is inescapable that two worldviews, one scientific and technical, the other human and experiential, must either collide or converge. That is, the universe must make room for how human beings evolved in order to investigate the creation that gave rise to us. Any Theory of Everything that leaves the human dimension out – as particle physics tries overwhelmingly to do – cannot reach its goal. The Higgs boson, as viewed from the world we all experience every day, isn’t simply arcane. It leads toward a collision of worldviews rather than a convergence.