BANGALORE, India (MMD Newswire) October 4, 2010 -- True Nature of the Higgs Mechanism: Hypotheses Associated with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), Geneva by Chandrakanth Natekar seeks to advance a new theory related to the Higgs mechanism, the process by which gauge bosons can theoretically achieve a nonzero mass through spontaneous symmetry breaking.
According to Natekar, the Higgs mechanism relates to fundamental aspects of a universal binding force. He contends that the Higgs mechanism is a force that always moves towards the center of a particle and holds the particle as a single unit and that without this mechanism, the very existence of any given particle, matter or object is impossible. Natekar also argues that observable particles are only a small part of the huge mass that is condensed by the universal binding force or Higgs mechanism. The actual mass is hidden inside the compressed zone of every particle or object by the extraordinary binding strength of the Higgs mechanism. Natekar asserts that in the transitory pair of W & Z Bosons, W boson is the carrier particle of the weak force and Z boson is the carrier particle of the Higgs mechanism or binding force. Hence, Z boson itself is the Higgs boson.
"As a child, I realized that all the stellar and non-stellar bodies of the universe and their constituents, including the human mind, are made up of matter, but matter always functions in tune with nature," Natekar says. "This inspired me to investigate the hidden root of everything and led to my 'Grand Unified Theory.'"
Natekar says his hypotheses can be verified by the experimentation at the large hadron collider in Geneva, Switzerland. He further states that the large electron positron collider, Fermilab's Tevatron, Stanford University's SLAC and other colliders can also be used to check the scientific validity of his ideas.
True Nature of the Higgs Mechanism: Hypotheses Associated with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), Geneva is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author
Chandrakanth Natekar is a self-taught scientist and researcher. In 1994, Natekar came to believe that the world is electromagnetic and every mind can function like a radio station. Inspired by this vision, he dedicated himself to observations and study on the electromagnetic behavior pattern of the universe as it encompasses both matter and mind.
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