Massless particles are also physical.

On 26 October 2013 03:13, Roger Clough <rclo...@verizon.net> wrote:

>  Leibniz gave some plausible arguments that space is
> not substantial, is just mathematical, but you have to be a platonist
> to accept that.
>
> Platonism suggests that there is a nonphysical realm outside of
> spacetime, which includes this geometry, life, intelligence. and mind as
> well.
> That being the case. and since particles with mass are physical,
> the Higgs bosons might be, by adding mass, that which
> converts the nonphysical to the physical.
>
>
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