Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Suppose the LHC is wrong?

Colliding large Hadrons is supposed to allow theoretical physicists to determine all of the "fundamental" particles.

These are the ones that make up the proton, neutron and electron among others.

In EU theory, a large red shift detected from galaxies does not mean they are a great distance away, but are newly ejected from the galaxy that is nearest, ie shows a low red shift. The idea is that the metter in the new galaxy, created by EM forced out of the parent, has a low energy. It might be made consistently across the galaxy, of some of the particles found in the LHC and its predecessors? They eventually age, by acquiring more energy from neutrino type particles.

No Big Bang! Just Electromagnetism?

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