HIGGS-BOSON?   Dr. Andrew Beckwith, in Collaboration with Research Analyst Myron D. Stokes:                                Summary of The Importance of the Higgs Research Results by the CERN Scientists and Why the Problem is Much Harder to Fully Master Th
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As a professional physics researcher, I, Andrew Beckwith, congratulate CERN on its invaluable dedication to the solution of the Higgs-boson problem. This note will not be to scold the CERN researchers ...

As a professional physics researcher, I, Andrew Beckwith, congratulate CERN on its invaluable dedication to the solution of the Higgs-boson problem. This note will not be to scold the CERN researchers but to outline the very hard work ahead as to a solution of the TOTAL Higgs-boson problem, which needs to be carried through in an organized manner.
First of all, I will review the history of the Higgs mechanism for spontaneous symmetry breaking and what is known as to outline as to the formation of mass problem in the electro weak case: In doing this line of inquiry, we look at the additional fourth order term added to form a modified Lagrangian term:

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HIGGS-BOSON?   Dr. Andrew Beckwith, in Collaboration with Research Analyst Myron D. Stokes:                                Summary of The Importance of the Higgs Research Results by the CERN Scientists and Why the Problem is Much Harder to Fully Master Th HIGGS-BOSON? Dr. Andrew Beckwith, in Collaboration with Research Analyst Myron D. Stokes: Summary of The Importance of the Higgs Research Results by the CERN Scientists and Why the Problem is Much Harder to Fully Master Th Document Transcript

  • Summary of The Importance of the Higgs Research Results by the CERN Scientists and Why the Problem is Much Harder to Fully Master Than What People Think; i.e., Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking For a Particle Lasting 10 to the Minus Six Power Seconds, or Less. Dr. Andrew Walcott Beckwith, Chongqing University Department of Physics, with eMOTION! REPORTS.com Research Analyst Myron D. Stokes 74 W. Long Lake Rd.Suite 201 Bloomfield Hills, MI “As a professional physics researcher, I, Andrew 48304 Beckwith, congratulate CERN on its invaluable dedication to the solution of the Higgs-boson problem. This note will 631-909-7245(NY) not be to scold the CERN researchers but to outline the Email: abeckwith@uh.edu very hard work ahead as to a solution of the TOTAL Higgs- 7/4/2012 boson problem, which needs to be carried through in an organized manner.”
  • Summary of The Importance of the Higgs Research Results by the CERN Scientists and Why the Problem is Much Harder to Fully Master Than What People Think; i.e. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking For a Particle Lasting 10 to the Minus Six Power Seconds, or Less. Dr. Andrew Beckwith, in Collaboration with Research Analyst Myron D. Stokes: Artist’s Concept of Big Bang Image: Deviantart.comAs a professional physics researcher, I, Andrew Beckwith, congratulate CERN on itsinvaluable dedication to the solution of the Higgs-boson problem. This note will not be to
  • scold the CERN researchers but to outline the very hard work ahead as to a solution of theTOTAL Higgs-boson problem, which needs to be carried through in an organized manner.First of all, I will review the history of the Higgs mechanism for spontaneous symmetrybreaking and what is known as to outline as to the formation of mass problem in the electroweak case: In doing this line of inquiry, we look at the additional fourth order term addedto form a modified Lagrangian term: 2 1    1 2 2 1 L        4  x  2 (1) 2    4 The minimum of the potential given in (1) occurs when the derivative of the potential withrespect to the scalar field  is zero, i.e. 1 2 2 1V     4 (2) 2 4Such that    2   2   0 (3)So then the case for a minimum of the potential V , with V minimum set as when V has a non-zero constant value for its minimum value, instead of V = 0, when one has a minimum value ofV when  2  0 , so that one has 1/2  2     (4)   
  • Having   0 is a false vacuum solution, instead we work directly with (4) so thatso that instead of V== 0 ( false vacuum), we have, when (4) is for the true vacuumV    4 4(5)In the case of the electro weak we substitute in  v    x(6)for (1) and (2) above, obtaining 2 1    1 2 2   4  L       v      v    const 3 (7) 2  x   2    4 Comparing (7) with the 2nd term in L as a mass term, with (1) gives us the mass term which if before theshift we work with in (1) such that  2    v        (8)We isolate from (7) that there is a mass term which has a value ofm  2v 2  2 2 (9)This is spontaneous symmetry breaking. It happens all the time in physics.
  • The basis for symmetry breaking involves a true versus a false vacuum, in physics: Very difficult toduplicate conditions for such arising in CERN.Getting mass formed this way, for the Higgs formation is a fantastic feat when 106 seconds are involved.By necessity, considering the 106 seconds involved, plus the fantastic heat involved will mean thatimprecision will be rampant. Saying that one has a particular MASS for the Higgs, considering the timeduration, 106 seconds or less, and also the heat values involved will require decades of work. Note thatHiggs himself derived these sorts of procedures and extended it to a Higgs-boson 50 years ago and to thisday he is overwhelmed by the attention given to this construct when he was a very young Graduatestudent. And note the ratio values obtained by (4) will be part of the experimental considerations of theHiggs, in terms of a true vacuum.What Myron Stokes and others have done has been to super impose a certain subset of results 10 days agowith the announcement of the Higgs discovery, just recently. As submitted by the Author of thisdiscussion, the real physics begins with (4) above as a ratio expression, and then the mass, as in (9)Both Myron and I congratulate CERN on a magnificent technical achievement, as to beginning to delveinto the formation of mass, as given by (9). We submit though, especially in lieu of the fact that thedifference between the false and true vacuum results comes about due to (4) for the true vacuum as a ratioresult, that CERN has BEGUN to work developing a fantastic achievement in future astro-particlephysics . We do wish to point though to the fact that the authors 10 days ago, gave evidence of where togo, and that this should be part of the general record.Andrew Beckwith, Myron D. Stokes – 4 July, 2012
  • Postulated Big Bang Expansion Image: WikipediaRelated and relevant papers to this discussion:http://asimov52.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/sanmarino-a-beckwith5a-sept2st.pdfhttp://www.slideshare.net/GHHLLC2/kk-graviton-redojuly52012http://www.slideshare.net/GHHLLC2/hadronic1z-1