Bonn 2010 – wissenschaftliches Programm
T 27.1: Vortrag
Freitag, 19. März 2010, 14:00–14:15, HG XIII
The Origin of Mass (ursprünglich T 27.4; alle anderen Beiträge wurden eine Position nach hinten verschoben) — •Albrecht Giese — Taxusweg 15, 22605 Hamburg
The world of physics presently looks to the LHC (CERN), where many expect the Higgs boson to be found. The Higgs is supposed to (partly) explain the cause of mass.
There are indications that neither the Higgs nor Supersymmetric Particles will be found. In order to understand mass, the Higgs is not needed. Inertial mass is caused by a fundamental process. Binding fields propagate at the finite speed of light. An inevitable consequence is that every expanded object has an inertial behaviour, even if the constituents of the object are mass-less.
To explain the mass of elementary particles, we have to accept that these particles are expanded. This is on the one hand in conflict with the concept of present physics; on the other hand it is in no conflict with any experiment. And it conforms to the analysis of Schrödinger with respect to the Dirac function of the electron.
The corresponding particle model explains particle properties, like the magnetic moment (and therefore also the Bohr Magneton) and the constancy of the spin, correctly without any use of QM. Also the dynamic properties of mass, i.e. the relativistic increase of mass at motion and the mass-energy-relation, follow in a straight way from this concept.
Further info at: www.ag-physics.org/rmass