# Higgs Boson Particle Yang- Mills Theory Electroweak Higgs Field Global Symmetry 5g WOW SETI

Higgs Boson Particle Yang- Mills Theory Electroweak Higgs Field Global Symmetry 5g WOW SETI

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Yang-Mills Theory

This prompted a significant restart of Yang–Mills theory studies that proved successful in the formulation of both electroweak unification andquantum chromodynamics (QCD). The electroweak interaction is described by SU(2)xU(1) group while QCD is a SU(3) Yang-Mills theory.

The electroweak theory is obtained by combining SU(2) with U(1), where quantum electrodynamics (QED) is described by a U(1) group, and is replaced in the unified electroweak theory by a U(1) group representing a weak hypercharge rather than electric charge.

The massless bosons from the SU(2)xU(1) theory mix after spontaneous symmetry breaking to produce the 3 massive weak bosons, and the photon field.

TheStandard Model combines the strong interaction, with the unified electroweak interaction (unifying the weak and electromagnetic interaction) through the symmetry group SU(2)xU(1)xSU(3).

In the current epoch the strong interaction is not unified with the electroweak interaction, but from the observed running of the coupling constants it is believed they all converge to a single value at very high energies.

Phenomenology at lower energies in quantum chromodynamics is not completely understood due to the difficulties of managing such a theory with a strong coupling.

This is the reason confinement has not been theoretically proven, though it is a consistent experimental observation.

Proof that QCD confines at low energy is a mathematical problem of great relevance, and an award has been proposed by the Clay Mathematics Institute for whoever is also able to show that the Yang–Mills theory has a mass gap and its existence.

My Thoughts continued 1034 am edt:

Is the Yang-Mills Theory describing what happens to the Higgs boson particle test results from CERN (June 2012?)

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The massless bosons from the SU(2)xU(1) theory mix after spontaneous symmetry breaking to produce the 3 massive weak bosons, and the photon field.

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SU(2)xU(1)

My thoughts:

Yes it does!

Quotes WIKI:

the Standard Model of particle physics, a renormalizable relativistic quantum gauge field theory based on the unitary product group SU(3) X SU(2) X U(1) which is commonly viewed as containing the fundamental set of particles – the leptons, quarks, gauge bosons and the Higgs particle.

Higgs particle

it would prove the existence of the hypothetical Higgs field—the simplest[4] of several proposed mechanisms for the breaking of electroweak symmetry, and the means by which elementary particles acquire mass.[Note 3] The leading explanation is that a field exists that has non-zero strength everywhere—even in otherwise empty space—and that particles acquire mass by interacting with this so-called Higgs field. If this theory is true, a matching particle—the smallest possible excitation of the Higgs field—should also exist and be detectable, providing a crucial test of the theory.

Consequently, it has been the target of a long search in particle physics. One of the primary goals of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland—the most powerful particle accelerator and one of the most complicated scientific instruments ever built—is to test the existence of the Higgs boson and measure its properties which would allow physicists to validate this cornerstone of modern theory.

My thoughts continued 10 40 am edt:

The hypothetical Higgs field – is no longer hypothetical. CERN’s test results from 18 June 2012, prove that the Higgs boson particle field exists. With the new formula’s from the WOW data cross referenced with CERN, ATLAS, and other test results pieced together we should be able to figure this out soon.

In 2012, we are promised to have new breakthroughs according to the Mayan Calendar (December 21, 2012 prophecies of changes from the old world to a new one – meaning a new technological age.)

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QUOTE WIKI

A global symmetry is a symmetry that holds at all points in the spacetime under consideration, as opposed to a local symmetry which varies from point to point.

Global symmetries require conservation laws, but not forces, in physics.

Google electroweak theory

QUOTE WIKI

In particle physics, the electroweak interaction is the unified description of two of the four known fundamental interactions of nature:electromagnetism and the weak interaction.

Although these two forces appear very different at everyday low energies, the theory models them as two different aspects of the same force.

Above the unification energy, on the order of 100 GeV, they would merge into a single electroweak force.

Thus if the universe is hot enough (approximately 1015 K, a temperature exceeded until shortly after the Big Bang) then the electromagnetic force and weak force will merge into a combined electroweak force.

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