posted on Jul, 3 2012 @ 11:41 PM
reply to post by Rocketman7
So if Brillouin scattering is the pattern which shows that the object is in a normal mode, and I mean object because it depends on what you hit, and
how hard, and if it is just a reflection as you go by, acoustic resonance as an example, well then that should be in the data and of course it would
be, but greatly accelerated, and the Doppler effect visible etc.
Now so much work has been done with lasers that people know a lot about it but not at the same level of energy.
So when you finally want to really find out if you can hit an actual physical Higgs Boson, you might be hitting an eternal liquid.
A superconducting superfluid, that somehow came to be in the void, and which also somehow under the pressure of the pure vacuum of space, expanded
like a sponge or soapy water in a bell jar, or like a loaf of raisin bread on the largest of scales. So you see thats 4, levels of confirmation if you
consider universal size level objects. 5 levels would be considered fact of the matter. It would be considered the way things are.
And that fifth level is well maybe attainable by CERN.
So the tensile strength of those bubbles has been measured as that last bit of momentum when you drain the energy out of Bose Einstein condensate. Its
a relational formula of course. AT almost absolute zero, and zero is the ground state.
We want to know about normal modes so the scattering is probably what they are looking for to see just how small a reflection they can find of
Brillouin scattering. And if it quacks like a duck when they find it, well it might be a duck.
edit on 3-7-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)