I thought that mass was a state change reaction involving the Higgs field???

On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 8:23 PM, bobcook39...@hotmail.com <
bobcook39...@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Jones—
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> And lets not forget Philippe Hatt’s  model of the makeup of the proton,
> neutron and muons (consistent with Stubb’s  data and theory.)
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> About Hatt reported the following:
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> “I was recently in Sochi ,Russia to present my views to colleagues and was
> asked to write articles to be published on that Unification topic..I am
> about to write the first one .
> May be ,I could send a copy to the Vortex list as these articles will
> anyway be written in English ?
> Please ,do not hesitate to send me your ideas ,advice on that proposal.”
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> Thus,  all physicists are not ignoring these models.  Hatt just finished a
> revised model for the Russians (Yury Bazhutov, etal.,) after the
> presentation he made to the group in Russia.
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> He recently reported this follow up:
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> “1. Actually Newton's laws suppose that there is an instantaneous
> transmission ,
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> So ,the third law about action/reaction says that both are equivalent and
> opposed.
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> Nevertheless ,we know that there is no instantaneous transmission since
> time intervenes .This is invaliding Newton's laws in the way that action
> occurs prior to reaction ,giving an advantage to action and breaking the
> symmetry between action and reaction.
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> 2. According to my theory (see: philippehatt.com)  the creation of mass
> occurs prior to its annihilation ,breaking symmetry between these two
> phenomena and giving rise to our material universe .Actually there is much
> more mass and antimass(resulting from the annihilation of mass ) than the
> mass observed in the universe ."Normally ",we perceive only the mass
> resulting from the action of creation of mass and the reaction of
> annihilation of that same mass (mass - antimass).
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> 3. Electromagnetism is ,according to my theory, the combination of mass
> and antimass.
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> Mass + antimass= negative electromagnetism ,antimass + mass = positive
> electromagnetism.The neutron has a negative dipolar magnetic moment,the
> proton has a positive one.Moreover the alpha particle's magnetic moment is
> null.The matter (which is the result of mass and antimass ,as well as of
> electromagnetism ) is influenced by electromagnetism which is nothing else
> than mass and antimass.
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> 4. At which level is this influence exerted? At the quantum level where
> mass and
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> antimass should be perceivable .So, matter and electromagnetism are two
> expressions  of the same quantum phenomenon,hence the possibility of
> interaction between them  ,even at some distance .
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> Happy to discuss. I am presently preparing a number of papers for Russian
> editing .The first one concerns mass and antimass .The second will deal
> with electromagnetism , the third with neutron/proton differences ,the
> fourth being about electron and antineutrino and the fifth studying binding
> energy and LENR.”
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> Bob Cook
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> *From:* JonesBeene <jone...@pacbell.net>
> *Sent:* Wednesday, November 8, 2017 10:12:24 AM
> *To:* Vortex List
> *Subject:* [Vo]:No, Melting Quarks Will Never Work
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> “No, Melting Quarks Will Never Work As An Energy Source”
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> This is from Forbes – not Fusion Technology, but it is hard to argue with
> it.
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> https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2017/11/08/no-
> melting-quarks-will-never-work-as-an-energy-source/#f23d01922327
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> However, there are other similar descriptions which semantically fall into
> place as a kind of “melting” of quarks at much lower energy, which would be
> outside this argument. To wit, the Holmlid effect. Here is an earlier
> thread on Stubbs and Holmlid.
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> https://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg104933.html
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> The Holmlid effect of muon production from hydrogen annihilation, under
> William Stubbs’ theory is basically this (paraphrased to account for
> Holmlid):
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> All matter is composed of leptons. The proton mass is composed of nine
> leptons whose mass is each about 1⁄9  that of a proton - there are three
> groupings of three and these are quarks. The particles which give quarks
> mass are identified as the muon/antimuon and have unit negative and
> positive charge, respectively so that there is a net positive charge of 1
> in the proton.
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> The combined mass of nine muons is 1,863 electron masses which is 27
> electron  masses greater -- but since the interaction is “binding” in the
> technical sense, a mass defect similar to that seen in all nuclear binding
> will reduce the net mass of bound muons, and they cannot annihilate easily
> in bound form. Laser irradiation however, can and does completely disrupt
> the quark identity when done properly.
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> The muon will be by far the longest lived component of laser irradiated
> protons (Holmlid’s version) but scatter for extended distances despite
> being charged which tends to hide the enormous amount of energy released.
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> In this view, quarks are leptonic combinations - muons at their core -
> which is a radical departure from present models.
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