Light and Why Particle Colliders Continue to Produce New Particles

I have shown in The Great Treatise and I have discussed in some of my scientific articles why we are able to design particle colliders with increasing energy which results in the production of new, exotic particles. But in this scientific post, I have decided to further discuss this obvious practical phenomenon.

Even now and as a result of this practical phenomenon, the Chinese scientists are planning to build a particle collider called the Circular Electron Positron Collider (CEPC) that will be more powerful than the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and this is only possible for the reason which I am about to discuss with you in this article.

I don’t think many physicists have given much thought to why particle colliders continue to produce new particles, but thinking about it can really raise your fascination as to why this is so. I also never thought about this until I probe the atomic world using absolute physics. It was then that I realized why particle colliders continue to produce new particles.

I think that a physicist who considers this question or phenomenon would explain it to be as a result of the increasing kinetic energy that new particle colliders provide to the colliding particles. This is what I would have thought also until I looked at the nature of light in the atomic world as revealed by absolute physics.

 

I then realized the immense role that the nature of light plays in the atomic world and how it is responsible for why particle colliders continue to produce new particles and not just the increasing kinetic energy of the colliding particles which is not a satisfying or complete explanation.

Also, a physicist may ‘more adequately’ consider the Lorentz force law which shows us the relationship between the force F on the colliding or accelerating particles and the intensity of magnetic field B in the particle collider as what is responsible for this, but it is not what should be considered, in fact, it is not the answer.

I will address why the Lorentz force is not the answer later in this article, but let me digress a little bit by first informing you that it is important that we understand particle accelerators from a very fundamental standpoint, just to say the least.

Particle accelerators must be understood based on the simple, fundamental nature of light in the atomic world and as absolute relativity reveals. This is because relativity or relativistic mechanics is what only governs the entire processes of the universe.

The unity of physics has emerged exactly from Absolute Relativity and it is by this surpassing understanding that we will discuss why particle colliders continue to produce new particles in this article.

Also, the reference to absolute relativity should immediately convey the idea of absolute physics to us. However, due to the new scientific method, we are able to show how relative physics is as a result of absolute physics.

What I must now say again is that relative physics is simply the kind of physics we have known for the past 400 years and which describes the universe in a physical way. But absolute physics is the new kind of physics which are just coming to know and which describes the universe in a metaphysical way.

Fortunately for us, we can always connect the two kind of physics; we can always show how our physical observations of the universe are as a result of the underlying metaphysical principles in operation and as revealed by absolute physics.

But these metaphysical principles are what make it possible for us to understand our physical observations differently and also how these our practical machines really operate. And the practical machine in focus in this article is the particle collider.

Now, why our particle colliders continue to produce new particles is because of the unique nature of light in the atomic world. This unique nature of light in the atomic world is that light is an accelerating wave.

A simple consideration of this statement immediately shows us why our particle colliders continue to collide particles at higher energies since an accelerating wave of light is what carries or propels these particles moving in our particle colliders.

An accelerating wave of light is what carries or propels these particles moving in our particle colliders.Click To Tweet

Though we have always known that light is what propels these particles in our particle accelerators, we thought of divided light and not undivided light which is what post-modern physics considers.

In my scientific articles on the post-modern theory of electromagnetism, I have exhausted this topic and I have made clear the difference between the operation of particle accelerator according to modern physics and that according to post-modern physics.

However, I will make reference to it again in this article. In modern electromagnetic theory, it is said that an electric field or a magnetic field, as the case may be, move these particles in our particle colliders or accelerators.

As the case may be makes reference to the architecture of the particle accelerator. This ability to refer to the electric field and to the magnetic field separately in modern electromagnetic theory is what I refer to as divided light.

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Though modern physics tells us that the electric field and the magnetic field are what constitute light, it still separates them, and even regard the separation as some form of electromagnetism.

This is exemplified in the mathematical presentation of the Lorentz force law (F = qE + qv × B) where the electric field E and the magnetic field B are separate and separate identified. This is why I said that it is not the true reason why particle colliders continue to produce new particles.

So, even when modern physics informs us that particles in particle colliders are accelerated by light or the electromagnetic wave, there is an appended adjective which makes the complete reference be to divided light.

But in post-modern electromagnetic theory, undivided light is what is responsible for the acceleration of particles in our particle accelerators and colliders.

As a result of this, we are now talking about the acceleration of light and how it is responsible for the acceleration of the colliding particles in our particle colliders and not a separate (or separate-able) magnetic field and electric field.

The understanding of this post-modern position makes it easy to see the correlation between the acceleration of light and the acceleration of the particles themselves. In post-modern physics, the former is the cause of the latter.

Now, from relative physics, we already have the idea that acceleration refers to changing speed and/or direction. This same understanding, taking note that it is relative, can be extended to the operation of particle colliders.

That means that in two different particle colliders, light has different potential speeds. These different speeds of light is then what results in the different speeds of particles when they are placed in both accelerators.

In addition, you must understand that outside the atomic world, light maintains a constant speed, in that it does not accelerate. Thus, light as an accelerating wave is the perception and experience of only electrical bodies like the electron and the proton which are the kinds of particles that we accelerate and collide in our particle colliders.

Light as an accelerating wave is the perception and experience of only electrical bodies like the electron and the proton which are the kind of particles that we accelerate and collide in our particle colliders.Click To Tweet

On the other hand, ponderable bodies such as a piece of rock perceive and experience light as a constant speeding wave and not an accelerating wave. This is the true reason why only an electrical body can respond in the electromagnetic field in our particle accelerators while ponderable bodies cannot.

Why am I saying this? I am saying this so that you will know, just like I always inform you in this blog, that there is a real unbridgeable divide between the nature of light inside the atomic world and that outside the atomic world.

There is a real unbridgeable divide between the nature of light inside the atomic world and that outside the atomic world.Click To Tweet

Now, we learnt that energy and mass are inter-convertible due to the conversion factor of the speed of light c. This understanding only applies outside the atomic world. Inside the atomic world, energy and mass are interconvertible due to the conversion factor of the acceleration of light ac.

Both interconversions are mathematically similar, but outside the atomic world, we have the speed of light c and the interconversion of mass and the energy in Joules, while inside the atomic world, we have the acceleration of light ac and the interconversion of mass and the new energy in Joules/s2.

The latter is what applies in our particle colliders and it shows us the actual physics behind the operation of our particle colliders and it is why they continue to produce new particles.

The kind of energy, which is the energy in Joules/s2, is an accelerating kind of energy; it is unlike what physics has encountered in the last 400 years of its existence and the Lorentz force or equation cannot account for it.

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So, I want you to see, especially with the reference to the new energy, how post-modern physics is showing us a fundamentally new way of seeing the universe and how our particle colliders operate which are what modern physics cannot show us. Even the energy in Joules/s2 cannot be accounted for or found in modern physics.

This new energy simplifies our understanding of not just the operation of our particle colliders but of the atomic world in general. We are seeing for the first time the implications of the acceleration of light for energy, force, and every other concept of physics.

Now, even the acceleration of light and its implications are all a result of a new principle that operates strongly in the atomic world. This principle is the principle of non-inertia. You should be familiar with this principle if you visit this blog often.

The absolute principle of non-inertia is the unique principle behind the operation of our particle colliders. It is by this principle, unknown in modern physics, that we will understand the operation of our particle colliders in this post-modern era of physics.

The absolute principle of non-inertia is the unique principle behind the operation of our particle colliders.Click To Tweet

So, our particle colliders continue to produce new particles because light accelerates in the atomic world and does not move at a constant speed. Thus, these particles can be propelled or collided at increasing speeds or accelerations or energies in Joules/s2.

In other words, they can be propelled at increasing kinetic and potential energies. And the rest potential energy of the colliding particles is represented in post-modern physics as being equal to their mass times the acceleration of light, E=mac2.

Our particle colliders continue to produce new particles because light accelerates in the atomic world and do not move at a constant speed.Click To Tweet

Post-modern physics with its new revelation about light opens up a new vista for understanding particle colliders. As a result, we now know the fundamental reason why particle colliders continue to produce new particles.

Without the changing speed or acceleration of light in our particle colliders, we cannot continue to build particle colliders with different potentials.

I must let you know that while I have discussed why particle colliders continue to produce new particles using the terms of relative physics, this new understanding has its roots in absolute physics, where we begin to see light as internally being an inertiatic wave and not an electromagnetic wave.

This transition or new insight into the internal nature of light is as a result of the fact that absolute physics is based on absolute space and time and not on relative space and time. This is why absolute physics disagrees with relative physics about the internal nature of light.

For while relative physics based on relative, physical space and time informs us that light is internally an electromagnetic wave, absolute physics based on absolute, metaphysical space and time informs us that light is internally an inertiatic wave.

(You will better understand the position of absolute physics about the internal nature of light in Absolute Relativity.)

Postmodern physics is changing our understanding of the universe in so many ways that we can regard as new. Our particle accelerators and colliders operate in a way that modern physics cannot account for or explain, and this gap in knowledge is as a result of our incomplete understanding of light.

But today we are introduced to the complete and unique natures of light in the atomic and non-atomic worlds. And according to the former, light is an accelerating wave in the atomic world and in our particle colliders.

Light is an accelerating wave in the atomic world and in our particle colliders.Click To Tweet

The revelation that light accelerates explains why particle colliders continue to produce new particles, and it is why we are contemplating the next generation of particle colliders and why the Chinese scientists are on the march to produce the world’s most powerful collider, the Circular Electron Positron Collider (CEPC), even though they may not know yet.

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Thus, the future of particle physics will be very based on our understanding of the acceleration of light, the new energy in Joules/s2, absolute force and especially the underlying absolute principle of non-inertia, all of which are ideas that have emerged from absolute physics, even though they have reflections in relative physics.

The universe is no longer a mysterious place as many claims and sadly as many will want it to be. The new fact that light accelerates, though simply and non-technically presented in this article, contains all of the mystery of the atomic world.

The acceleration of light is what quantum mechanics has been trying to inform us about the atomic world and how our particle colliders operate. But we have held on to modern relativity which informs us that light does not accelerate.

Yes, light does not accelerate, but only outside the atomic world. Inside the atomic world and in our particle colliders, this thesis fails, as light becomes an accelerating wave carrying absolute force and the energy in Joules/s2 by which it influences colliding particles in our particle colliders to continue to produce new particles.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa

Addendum: The reference to the new energy in Joules/s2 is important for our understanding of the nature of dark energy.



M. V. Echa

M. V. Echa

My message is the universe, my truth is the universe, and this blog contains all you need to know about the universe, from the true nature of reality to the long-sought unity of the cosmos — which is the big picture!