reply to post by Rocketman7
Hold on to your hat.
Take a circle, move in the circumference until the ratio of the original diameter is not an infinite number.
Now you have a pi value that reality uses. Where the rubber actually hits the road. The point of actual contact between real things.
And since its so small a diameter we are talking about, Plank Length, then all the way up to macro levels its shades of gray but where pressure lines
are greatest at median points, you have objects but without one key ingredient none of this could be true.
The quantum foam, must exist in a type of superconducting superfluid, and the bubbles themselves must have like a kind of skin from the liquid. Even
if, inside the bubbles is just a vacuum, caused by the expansion of space tugging outward.
So it might be that tensile strength, resisting being tugged out, that gives objects intrinsic mass. It might not be expanding much, but still be
subjected to forces in a ray going outwards from the center, just like gravity. It might be pulsing in and out, and then acting like a gyroscope to
give it intrinsic mass but in all these cases, the Higgs Bosun would be on that line somewhere. Until one mass met up with some other mass. Then it
Einstein Bose condensate experiments show that the skin can be congruent and you can make a group of single atoms into one big blob atom.
The last bit of proof is when you drain it of its energy, there is a tiny bit of momentum left at the end, which would be like a bit of that tensile
strength revealing itself.
So this is from the wave side of physics, and the vortices in a rotating superfluid show us evidence of a kind of Higgs Field, yet to wave physics it
is not quite the same as particle physics however there is evidence in these experients that have been done, including with phonons, and phonon
energy, that particle physics and wave physics might actually meet there some where at the Higgs Field. One thing is for certain, Plank constant is a
real physical foundation value. Both wave and particle physics agree on that fact.
Even the vortices in a rotating superfluid are in relation to Plank length.
You can see how organized and regular it is here...
edit on 3-7-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)