• Electroweak unification via the Higgs field , the particle zoo, the four forces, & you. 
  • A relativistic theory of quantum mechanics:  QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS. ( QED)  The transmission is driven by massless photons. The weak force has three massive particles to transmit that force.
  • The weak force only interacts with particles that have a certain subatomic spin.
  • The weak and the electromagnetic forces have been successfully united into the electroweak force field. The weak force has massive particles, and a short range, with a weak spin and a weak charge. It can’t be ascertained if the charge changes.
  • Photons are weightless particles that can travel forever. (a la, sunshine.)
  • In 1994, a new energy field was discovered. The Higgs field.  It’s four differently charged particles interact with the weak force.
  • The weak force only interacts with particles that have a certain subatomic spin.
  • The weak and the electromagnetic forces have been successfully united into the electroweak force field. The weak force has massive particles, and a short range, with a weak spin.
  •  The Higgs field and the electromagnetic force then combine on a force field. It has six quarks and six leptons, they interact with the four forces via the Higgs field.
  •   You need to find neutral currents to find the weak force involvement.  (because the Z boson has no electrical charge.)
  • Electroweak symmetry breaking  (EWSB) is accomplished when the two forces unify into something more fundamental.  This puts the electromagnetic and the weak force on equal footing.  (broken symmetry is the equal footing.)
  • The Higgs field gives mass to some particles, while others remain massless.
  •  All particles are triune, with binary interactives. (once they pass through the Higgs field process.) Particle mass is achieved, for some of the particles. The Higgs boson is the attractor that provides the particle’s mass.  This clumping up of bozons was discovered at Cern in July, 2012.
  •  Heavy particles move slower through the Higgs field verse the lighter ones.
  • The Higgs boson particles are the heavy ones.
  • In 1919, the proton was discovered.
  • The 1950s brought us atom smashers (particle accelerators). The particle zoo was at hand.  Hundreds of particles were discovered in the 1950s.
  •  Quarks (3 of them, up, down, & strong) showed up in 1964.  Quarks have never been isolated due to the quark’s confinement.  All quarks have a half spin, and have a positive or negative charge.  Mesons contain quarks and antiquarks.
  • In 1974, the 4th quark was discovered (charm).  In 1995, the 5th & 6th quarks were found (bottom & top). (Two triune entities; each interacting with two separate binary entities.)
  • Quantum Chromodynamics from the strong force hold the quarks together.  Gluons are the particles that transmit the strong force.  Gluons and photons are massless.
  • The photon transmits the electromagnetic force, but doesn’t interact with it, nor with other photons.  When an electron emits a photon, it stays negatively charged.
  • Gluons have a strong charge, and they don’t interact with other gluons.
  •  The high kinetic energy within the nucleus begets mass.  We are made up of energy and force fields.
  • The sub-atomic kinetic energy stored within each atomic nucleus (the protons & neutrons)  drives our existence.

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