Relativity, Magnetic Charge, and Weak Bosons Mass

Jacques Consiglio

Abstract


This paper continues our analysis of the Universons hypothesis and its compatibility with existing knowledge.

We analyze massive bosons mass and resonances and find harmonic numbers consistent with existing mass measurements or estimates, including the possible Higgs signal detected at CERN. Using quarks and massive bosons, resonances imply strong symmetry breaking for the first quarks generation and the W boson, but the same numbers possibly relate to a hidden harmony.

We find two distinct logics to explain Mikhaïlov magnetic charge. The first is based on our analysis of charge/energy ratio and inertia, and the second uses particles resonances.

The constraints imposed by inertia to the properties of absorption imply that pseudo-quantization of magnetic charges is consistent with Special Relativity if the flux propagates at the speed of light or much faster. In both cases, the consequence is the existence of an aether drift effect when measuring one-way light propagation, in agreement with existing positive confirmations, but no drift is measurable using the classical Michelson-Morley experiment.

We discuss the interest the theory and compare briefly with current advanced concepts.

Full Text: PDF Supp. files DOI: 10.5539/apr.v4n3p100

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