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sw guy   6/11/2013 11:02:43 AM
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Agilent, the company Mr H and Mr P can be proud of. Not the one who stole the name during the split.

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francescosancetta   6/7/2013 3:40:43 AM
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As per my understanding the Higgs boson should be the proof of the existence of the Higgs field, therefore all the Higgs theory seems to be compromised

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EREBUS0   6/6/2013 7:13:10 PM
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If correct, my theory will account for all of the sub-atomic particles in existance and clean up the understanding about how those particles interact at the atomic level. My detailed understanding about the Higgs field is limited, but I can categorically state that the Higgs-Boson does not exist as current theory identifies it.

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francescosancetta   6/6/2013 3:26:10 PM
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My best wishes for your theory. I hope it makes a change and improve the modern physic. Does it impact on the Higgs field theory? I am interested to understand what we know about the Higgs field and if we are able to reproduce it in the lab. Do we need the energies provided by the LHC to reproduce it? Remember, I'm not an expert, I have only basic concepts of quantum electronics. Thanks

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EREBUS0   6/4/2013 7:39:09 PM
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I hope to have my theory published later this year. I have uncovered a flaw in the current theories and I have someone independently verifying my assumptions. Bottom line is that the current theory on what lies within protons and neutrons is wrong. Once people see my reasoning, they will have an AHA moment and we can surge ahead with subatomic physics instead of chasing the current dead end.

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francescosancetta   6/4/2013 6:23:46 AM
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Hi EREBUS, it should be interesting (at least to me) to know your reasons. francesco.sancetta@gmail.com. I'm not an expert but someone who is fascinated by the Higgs field. Thanks.

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EREBUS0   6/3/2013 7:16:14 PM
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Anyone who says they can decifer the data from a collider impact is just fooling themselves. There are better ways to understand the structure of matter and energy. Smashing bits together is not it. Just my opinion.

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