The church of SM physics

  • A pretty Quark model

    something to hang on the CERN Christmas tree.

    I might send a comic book to Paul for Christmas

    or a 4D clifford torus T-shirt .

    Australians are an adaptable bunch..

    "now we've got three valency quarks

    which is the green the blue in the red did you see there

    and then there's a whole bunch of squiggly stuff

    those are our gluons just buzzing in and out

    but those gluons interact to produce quarks and antiquarks

    in and out of existence inside the proton

    and so in essence our proton isn't a sphere with things built in .

    no no it's basically those 3 valency quarks and other quarks

    popping in and out of existence

    and a multitude of gluons buzzing around inside there

    and the only thing that is keeping them on the edge edge here

    is basically the strong nuclear force that's holding them all in together

    in essence the proton edge is the boundary that stops them from going any further

  • a new way to visualize the Standard Model.

    Genesimplex 1.!

    In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Higgs Field..(and the neutrino)

    "When the Higgs field arose in the early universe, it joined left-

    and right-handed particles to each other,

    imbuing the particles at the same time with the property we call mass.

    (Note that the neutrino has mass, but its origin remains mysterious,

    since it derives from some mechanism other than the Higgs.)

    Here’s a cartoon version of how this generation of mass works.

    As a particle such as an electron moves through space, it constantly interacts with Higgs bosons

    — excitations of the Higgs field.

    When a left-handed electron bumps into a Higgs boson, the electron might ricochet off it

    in a new direction and become right-handed,

    then bump into another Higgs and become left-handed again, and so on.

    These interactions slow down the electron, and that’s what we mean by “mass.

  • These interactions slow down the electron, and that’s what we mean by “mass.”

    Unluckily it does not slow down the electron it just limits the speed...

    It's awesome to see how many brilliant minds waste their live time to find the laws of nature inside math. Only dumb engineers like myself look into the data and try to understand how nature behaves.

    The field of theoretical physics already a long time ago has degenerated into an orgiastic math place with absolute no ties to reality. People publish models that they believe are good despite the data is 20% off like in the quark cases or that just fit for two digits.

    Other believe that an hoc seventh order Lagrangian interpolation of orbits is = real physics by neglecting some force terms etc...

  • One more bang for the church! The Deuterium internal (nuclear) charge distribution looks like given in the SO(4) model....

    From Research gate


    The distribution of the structural charge density of the deuteron is examined and its symmetry is analyzed on the basis of experimental data obtained from electron scattering experiments, in which the total symmetry of the deuteron structure is evidenced. Since according to the conventional nuclear model the deuteron is formed of a neutron and a proton, whose structural charge density is substantially different, it follows that the juxtaposition of the distribution of their charge density is asymmetrical, thus being in deep disagreement with that of the deuteron which is symmetrical. This incongruence is thus analyzed. The conventional model of a proton juxtaposed to a neutron is unable to provide a credible explanation of the symmetry of the deuteron charge distribution since it is composed of two different particles, one neutral and the other one charged, and with a highly dissimilar structural charge density. Consequently, an explanation for the structural symmetry of deuteron is proposed, based on a revised approach.

  • Wyttenbach , Do you plan to contact George Sardin to let him know your model arrives to a similar conclusion from a completely different point of view but also agrees near perfectly with the measured values?

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • George Sardin extracted data from Llubjana Uni. exptal results.. done in 2004..

    by two physicists

    Sardin asks


    From the standard model, how could the +2/3, +2/3, -1/3 fractional charges of the proton give the
    same charge distribution as that of the neutron with instead +2/3, -1/3, -1/3 fractional charges?
    How can it be explained without appealing to dubious arguments? Or as usual, what does not
    correspond with the QCD is ignored!
    Can we really believe that a charged particle, that is to say
    the proton, juxtaposed to a neutral particle, that is to say the neutron, could give such a symmetry
    of the structure of the deuteron

    It's a case of do not seek and you shall not find' on the part of physicists

    with their heads in Standard Model sand.. Its not just Sirca and Kosnik.. but a whole generation.

    [1] Nejc Košnik and Simon Širca, Structure of the deuteron (Department of Physics, University of
    Ljubljana, Nov. 17, 2004)

  • Opinion censorship is a double edge sword because clearly reveals the censor's inability to reject ideas and information he does not like.

    It also indirectly highlights the importance of the censored message.

  • Typical QCD/ Standard model mathematical gobbledegook

    Lost in gluonic travesty.

    .no relationship with measured deuterium mass/magnetic moment or structure


    The first moment of the gluonic transversity distribution
    in the deuteron has also been investigated. This quantity is
    particularly interesting since it is a clean measure of gluonic
    degrees of freedom, safe from leading-twist mixing with
    quark distributions.

    First lattice QCD study of the gluonic structure of light nuclei
    Frank Winter,1 William Detmold,2 Arjun S. Gambhir,3,4 Kostas Orginos,5,1 Martin J. Savage,6
    Phiala E. Shanahan,5,1,2 and Michael L. Wagman2,7,6…df?sequence=1&isAllowed=y