I believe I read the Higgs Boson has mass as well.
That would mean the Higgs Boson also interacts with the Higgs Field.
Originally posted by PurpleChiten
so.... it's the "dreams" that "stuff" is made of....
Originally posted by Rocketman7
reply to post by Rocketman7
So then from where I sit, that would mean again that there is confirmation of particulate matter, since chances are you will find those modes if you hit a nucleus, so you have macro (crowd) micro (substance which is electron radius and covalent bonding then the next is the surface of the atom, the nucleus, and if it has a skin, by gar we will find it.)
Stimulated Brillouin scattering
For intense beams (e.g. laser light) travelling in a medium such as an optical fiber, the variations in the electric field of the beam itself may produce acoustic vibrations in the medium via electrostriction. The beam may undergo Brillouin scattering from these vibrations, usually in opposite direction to the incoming beam, a phenomenon known as stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS). For liquids and gases, typical frequency shifts are of the order of 1–10 GHz (wavelength shifts of ~1–10 pm for visible light). Stimulated Brillouin scattering is one effect by which optical phase conjugation can take place.