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General Systems Theory, Symmetry, and the Theory of Everything ... Particle Forces Section XVIII: The Strong Force: Two Expressions Section XVI: Introduction to the Higgs Boson (Part I) The "Higgs" Boson and the Spacetime Metric The "Higgs" Boson and the Weak Force IVBs: Part I The Higgs Boson and the ...
Teilhard de Chardin www.johnagowan.org/chardin.html class as intuition, for lack of a better understanding of the phenomena. But intuition is clearly a very highorder form of perception, which may well extend into areas of spirituality, mysticism, and the occult. Who "invented" Astrology ...
Einstein's Equivalence Principle www.johnagowan.org/equival.html ... the transformation of free energy into bound energy. It is the weak force which actually gauges and scales (with the Higgs boson and the IVBs) and otherwise regulates (with "identity" charges and neutrinos) the conversion of the free ...
The Fractal Organization of Nature: Part 6. Summary www.johnagowan.org/fractal.html ... and the ultimate source of the energy, particles, and order of our universe, the "Big Bang", and row 1. (See: " The Higgs Boson and the Weak Force IVBs ".) Although there is an inevitable circularity about such arguments, the concept of ...
Global and Local Gauge Symmetries in the "Tetrahedron Model" (Part I) www.johnagowan.org/gauge11.html ... quark confinement and protects and maintains whole quantum units of charge; and the weak force in which the massive Higgs boson and the IVBs produce invariant, single elementary particles  exactly the same in every conserved parameter ...
Global and Local Gauge Symmetries in the "Tetrahedron Model" www.johnagowan.org/gauge12.html mmetry (the conversion of bound to free energy), causality (the creation of time and historic spacetime, and including "Lorentz Invariance"), and finally energy itself (providing negative energy to balance matter's positive energy). All ...
GlobalLocal Gauge Symmetries of the Weak Force www.johnagowan.org/gauge13.html ... standard to which any new electron must conform. Accomplishing this feat in practice requires the mediation of the Higgs boson and the weak force IVBs (Intermediate Vector Bosons)  and provides the rationale for their huge masses. The ...
Www.johnagowan.org www.johnagowan.org/gauge5a.html ... of the Cosmos in a final "Big Crunch"). (Driven by symmetry conservation  Noether's Theorem.) (See: " The Higgs Boson and the Weak Force IVBs ".) The Role of Alternative Forces and Charge Carriers The role of alternative forces and ...
A Description of Gravitation www.johnagowan.org/gravity.html ... actual mathematics behind my grossly simplified "concept equation" has already been done. (See also the paper " The "Higgs" Boson and the Spacetime Metric ".) Light Is NonLocal, Atemporal, and Acausal "Velocity c" is the gauge of both ...
Gravity, Entropy, and Thermodynamics: Part II www.johnagowan.org/thermo2.html

