Is the Higg's field neutral?

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by John.P, Jul 15, 2017.

  1. Tralay Registered Member

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    you just contradicted yourself, I'm beginning to think that there is a reason that I am the only one here touching your thread, it is apparently quite difficult to help you understand what it is you are talking about, and I also know that when someone like you is left to your own figuring, theories like flat earth and perpetual motion power generators start abounding.
     
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  3. John.P Registered Member

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    I am not trying to turn the word polarity into an object, the field is the ''object''. Take two likewise fields applying force on each other, although we can physically walk through these fields, relative to each field , the other field is a solid. Maybe you do not understand as much as you think you do. You are wrong, a free electron would be an independent polarity.
     
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  5. Tralay Registered Member

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    A free electron is always negative, a free electron is only free because it was in one of the outer valences of the cloud and is enroute to a cloud that has less valances than it's prior atom host. Okay, you aren't getting it, I should have known when you used the word "manifold" earlier. Anyways, you must know more than I do so have fun with your thoughts, peace out......
     
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  7. Tralay Registered Member

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    By the way, I've got an associates in electronics and have been troubleshooting and repairing electronics for about 20 or so years now, but you probably know more than I...have fun.
     
  8. John.P Registered Member

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    A free electron is always negative and is independent, you said there was no independent polarities, you were proven incorrect. Thank you for your discussion.
     
  9. Tralay Registered Member

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    Not independent in the way you think....good lord man, go to school before you come playing in this realm......you're lack of understanding is very tiresome and I just don't have the motivation to go through alllllll of the information it takes to walk you through to a thorough understanding......
     
  10. John.P Registered Member

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    Now you presume you know how I think? So you tell me then what way do I think when I mention independent polarity?

    Anybody with any science knowledge knows the negative of the electron is dependent to the electron and independent of everything else.
     
  11. The God Valued Senior Member

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    I have "any science knowledge" but I did not know that "negative of the electron is dependent to the electron"...

    And I bet anyone with full knowledge of science also did not know this prior to your quoted post.
     
  12. John.P Registered Member

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    How strange you say that you did not know this, what science do you know? The electrons independent polarity of negative does not belong to any other thing or is a process of any other thing.
     
  13. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Too true, squire.
     
  14. John.P Registered Member

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    How can you not know? The proton and the electron are independent of each other but are attracted to each other by their independent polarities. Quite clearly ''you'' are a little bit behind in ''your'' thinking on this forum.

    Added- It seems quite clear to me if you did not know this , it would be very pointless discussing dynamic polarities and dynamic fields with ''you''.
     
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  15. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Indeed. Quite pointless. The solution for us both is clearly the traditional one:

    [click]
     
  16. John.P Registered Member

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    Indeed! So do you actually know anything about the Higg's field or is your only knowledge of the Higg's field that which you have read?
     
  17. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    The [click] meant he put you on ignore.
     
  18. John.P Registered Member

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    No bother, the ignorant tend to wish to remain ignorant.
     
  19. John.P Registered Member

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    For those left reading the thread that may have the intelligence to have a decent discussion beyond what they have read, the electrodynamics of bodies (+q)+(-q)=N . A body of two polarities acts of having attractive and repulsive forces to other bodies electrodynamics. If a body is to become polarised to a greater +q or -q , this will affect the motion of the body in accordance with Newtons first law.
    All bodies are subjected to constant change of the electrodynamics retained in the entropy (S) of the body at a rate of pE=c and the Kmax(S)=hf/S

    Any questions?

    added - All related to the ''bio-matrix '' of the Higg's field.
     
  20. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    As is evidenced by your argument against anyone who says you have a problem with cognition.

    With your "bio-matrix" comment, you have told all and sundry that you're a crank. [Click.]
     
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  21. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Yes, why is this still in the science section?

    Oh for Christ sake...

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  22. John.P Registered Member

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    In all these years I have socked this forum and you still have got no smarter and insist on your Dogma. I am the theorist and you are still clueless spods. Cya in a few more month next time around.

    Pointless banning me really I can keep coming back, so why not try listening for once and stop being so naive. I have destroyed science elsewhere in a good way because they let me continue. You are behind in your thinking on this science forum and these spods ruin it.
     
  23. sweetpea Registered Senior Member

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    Can anyone here hear a mad genius laughing sound?
    He has gone hasn't he? Been gone along time if ya know what I mean.
    Sock! Goes the weasel.
     
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