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  1. Pingback: Comparando os dois experimentos do OPERA sobre neutrinos superluminais | Semciência

  2. I to live in Jersey and came across your name while reading about higgs boson on bCC. I believe there is a possibility there is something faster than light but I dont think its for us to understand, well not atleast in this point of time in the third realm. I myslef have took five or six pictures and believe that these pictures show a possible way in which light travels. I have came up with my own conclusions but in no way have the background you have. I hope you will take interest and maybe I could send them your way for a look. Please respond as I would greatly appreciate your time in this matter. Thanks and keep up the good work!Andrew from Weehawken..
    andrew_prise@yahoo.com
    908.499.3677

  3. Jonathan Klein, Ph.D.

    The most persuasive evidence supporting your contention is that anything exceeding the speed of light will arrive sooner than its own image.

    • sir, maybe! but it is only a velocity which just so happens to be 300,000kms. Natures way and an arbitrary one. It could be more it could be less. At current time is constant past 14 billion year aparently – but outside the so called Hubble zone it move faster!. But should this constancy change then all kinds of dramatic things could occur such as the immediate phase change of all atoms – everywhere. End of our universe – Planks constant can further explain that. The cohesive frequency of atoms is determined by this velocity – if it changes maybe the first thing we will notice is that the sun is a cold planet and everything has gone dark! And all our atoms are immediately converted back into energy in a rather spectacular homogenous atomic detonation. kind regards ewj

  4. interesting response.. This is a conclusion which i have arrived to well before the pictures, that why I only eat green. take care

  5. are there higgs boson particles in my bedroom

  6. Hi Matt:
    Any chance you are giving another talk out west at SRC this year? or anywhere out here in the Berks? thanks and hope to see you.
    Susan Bachelder

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  8. I’ve just read your article, Particle/Anti-Particle Annihilation, and I coud not understand why do muons and anti-muons transform, why do they have to transform ? What happens that the muons decide to transform ?

  9. Jesus did his job

    Physicists are doing their’s

    What is yours’

  10. FAO: Prof Matt Strassler

    X2 slit experiment brain teasing experiment :

    What about this :

    Supposing we have a laser ( or electron emitter ) mounted on a shaft horizontal to it’s plane or rotation.

    That shaft has an exceptionally high RPM of 100K ( which is achievable ).

    At a distance from the laser/electron source and horizontally circumferential to is it is a radial screen

    Which consists of regular slits.

    Behind this slitted screen is a back screen.

    As the laser spot ( or electron ) rotates at very high value RPM the dot of coherent light/electron is rotated and visits all the slits.

    Consisting of rapid radial velocity as well as a v rapid (C ) linear one.

    Having thought about that experiment supposing both radial and linear velocities are both = value C

    What do you think without actually doing the experiment will be the outcome vs the historic well documented one?

    What do you think would be the resultant split pattern? Resolved by the two motions?

    Ref Michelson Morley experiment to demonstrate – not that the Aether is moving but space itself is ( emerging ) ! ?

    Regards Edward

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  12. Hi,
    I read your blog from time to time and its really interesting.so first: t hanks and keep the nice work.
    Second: some comments,that we’d call ” not scientific” are sometimes really funny.I’d suggest tagging them to create a fun section. with an appropriate disclaimer.after all, s a scientist should stay open for any possibility.
    and to finish I need a clarification. it’s about hawking radiation.the response may be so obvious that it’s never mentioned.and I must apologize because my last physics class was 15 years ago, so you may skip the details.
    what I don’t get is the following: next to a black hole horizon pairs of particles and anti particles pop up and, as one gets trapped,the other one will emerge from the hole. to my understanding these pairs would be created randomly,hence there should be as much particles as anti particles emerging,which should lead to an average of 0 loss of mass of the hole.where did I go wrong?

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  14. A delayed choice experiment is done where light is tested either as a wave or a particle after it has passed a bean splitter. A photon is emitted and sent to a beam splitter. On each side of the beam splitter there are light pipes that run in opposite directions. After the light has reached the beam splitter a random number generator on both sides will choose to test the light either as a wave or a particle. That means there are two random number generators and two tests one on each side. Local observers should see time differently. On each side the choice and the test appear to be done first. So the local observer on one side will see that his test is done first and the test done on the other is done second. Sometimes on one side a particle will be tested and the other a wave will be tested. For each local observer the test on their side was done first so for them the test on the other side should agree with theirs. If on one side a test is done for a wave and on the other side a test is done for a particle both tests should agree. To put it another way the side that tests light as a particle should only have the light go in one direction and the side that tests it as a wave should have the light go in both directions. Either way you look at it the test should lead to a contradiction in terms.

    • I dont suppose we will ever know until we can actually see the interaction at the quantum or sub quantum scales. One of the Great mysteries in the front pages of a catalogue of Many

      Others ! Keep thinking you may discover a passage of understanding where all else have failed or just come up with another interpretation. Best.

    • I would like to see the physical experiment !

  15. If I increase the weight of an object lifted by a magnet eventually it will fall because the strength of magnet is finite. It seems the force of magnetism is transmitted by photons, The photons are absorbed by the matter and the energy that is absorbed pulls the object toward the magnet. The amount of photons emitted at any one time equals the force of the magnet.

    The graviton transmits the force of gravity. The more gravitons the greater the force of gravity. But no matter how much matter being pulled the graviton seems to transfer the same amount of every particle of matter it comes in contact with. The graviton isn’t absorbed like the photon is but keeps on going. Perhaps gravity is weaker than magnetism because it continues to transfer force and is never absorbed.

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