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#1 2010-06-10 23:39:13

LQ
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The weight of the god particle

I've come to the conclusion that a god particle has a real weight described in real numbers and hence is grow with an increase that is the integral of the initial weight, its initial weight is the planckmass and the growth is the planckmass divided with the planck time, as following;

( 6,6261·10^−34 / c^2 ) / 5,4·10-44 = 1,36e-7 per second

The energy it eats, in other words, is not that collosal.

This rate is proportional to its total forcefield and hence it does not grow gravitationally, nor does the growth grow, because the real cannot be integrated into a new dimension, and thus cannot have a field that is higher then it's growth.

It thereby seems like a non-harmfull particle.


I see clearly now, the universe have the black dots, Thus I am on my way of inventing this remedy...

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#2 2010-06-12 01:51:03

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Re: The weight of the god particle

Perhaps it isn't harmless.

Example: one chump of godmatter grow 4.28896 kg per year. Does this release radioactivity if the matter is taken from atoms?

I would need this answered, because it sounds important.


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