"Higgs" boson may not open door to exotic realms

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ottokrog wrote:

I don’t think the qualities required for The Higgs particle to explain the standard model is there.

I have been a fan of Sir Roger Penrose for many years. He was the first scientist to say that consciousness should be found in the quantum field rather than in the brain. I am so much a fan, that I made my own theory out of the idea that consciousness might be explained through a better understanding of antimatter and parallel universes.

My idea is that antimatter is the mirror of this universe, and that antimatter might be where memory is located.

I think that the subconscious mind and consciousness are located in parallel universes in the form of antimatter. That makes the spirit and maybe even God all physical, so basically I could be said to be an atheist, even though I consider myself spiritual.

The Higgs was predicted due to the standard model predicting no mass at all. I think that is right, particles does not exist.

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