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originally posted by: Alien Abduct
a reply to: lostbook
The article you referenced is very short and vague. It doesn’t even give the name of the particle or describe its properties. Do you have any other sources on this particle? Because there really isn’t enough from your source to even have a proper discussion.
The theory was developed by a group of French physicists at the University of Paris-Saclay, and it introduces a few new particles in an attempt to unify multiple different theories to solve five of the biggest problems in physics: dark matter, cosmic inflation, the strong CP problem, neutrino oscillations, and baryogenesis. All of these problems in our current physics model are in some way related to the mysteries of quantum mechanics. The theory, dubbed SMASH, expands the Standard Model of physics. The Standard Model is the catalog of every type of particle that physicists know about. Included in the model are quarks (the building blocks of protons and neutrons), electrons and neutrinos, and a number of more exotic particles like the Higgs boson. All together, there are seventeen different types of particles in the Standard Model.
originally posted by: muzzleflash
a reply to: lostbook
There's no such thing as "Dark Matter", it's a poor attempt to say "our assumptions must be correct, so in order to reconcile our failed assumptions with the data - we can invent a ridiculous illogical theory".
And claiming that "the discovery of a particle" will explain how the big bang happened is even more preposterous.
The guy who said this is all bunk to justify more funding $$$$ hit the nail on the head.
The five theories targeted by the research team seek to answer four major questions and to correct a problem with another: What exactly is dark matter, what caused inflation to come about, why is a neutrino so light, and why is there more matter than antimatter? The new model also seeks to correct a theoretical problem regarding asymmetry in the strong force.
The team has named their new model SMASH for "Standard Model Axion See-saw Higgs portal inflation." The proposed particles are rho (to help explain inflation), the axion (to help explain dark matter) a color triplet fermion and three heavy right-handed neutrinos.
originally posted by: Prene
God shines light. God is everything. God is everywhere. Light doesn't go anywhere, already there, already IS there.
Only way to make Gods light go anywhere, rather than already being everywhere: t raise the frequency and drop the amplitude, and create a reference point.
All "Light" reflected from this octavial center point is "Matter". All "Light" entering this point is antimatter.