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God’s Particle

November 17, 2012

“Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither: the LORD gave, and the LORD hath taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD” Job 1:21

So if God were to create a particle so he could focus his attention on other important things, my vote would go to the particle I have spent the last year and a half chasing. I have given it a bad rap due to the awesomeness of the destruction it can create with regular matter. Our particle appears to create the weather and trigger many of the high energy Earthly events we have given various geological, meteorological and biological names. Through its Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) and Beta Decay it appears to transmute all of the elements needed for those colorful fringes of the Mandlebrot set which we call our world as well as more bubbles of darkness through further collapse of atomic hydrogen and such within our material world.

Our particle appears to have massive gravitational pull in ordinary space and can collect regular particles of matter and create suns or planets depending upon whether the extent of its gravitational pull is adequate to trigger fusion of the hydrogen it is creating through LENRs and Beta Decay.

It appears to me that through these transmutations while interacting with biological matter, the particle can mutate it, quite possibly triggering new variations of organisms as well as certain types of cancers. If a new variation has some advantage in our chaotic world, it may take hold.

One problem I have had in the vacuum of space is these particles that just pop out of the vacuum to get the ball rolling. But if I think about it, these particles may be evaporating through the surface of the collapsed particles orbiting around and through us as well as our universe particle may be collapsing particles from outside by the collapse of matter externally to the universe. I always loved the story of Horton Hears a Who and I think I am finally listening…

 x_n=ax_(n-1)^2+bx_(n-1)+c

Move over Higgs. There is a new particle in town.

Godspeed.

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Copyright 2012 Stewart D. Simonson All Rights Reserved

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