Fri 22 Jul, 2005 11:11 am
What is the Higgs Field, and what are its scientific ramifications?
What role does it play in matter transference?
The quick answer is that the Higgs Field has something to do with giving other particles a mass. Every particle within our universe literally goes through the Higgs Field. For what it is worth it is also related in some way to Higgs Bosson (Boson? Not too sure of the spelling anymore) check some physics text books and if needed...now here's a crackerjack idea...do a Google search and enter the criteria for your search. Place the words into quotation marks and then prepare to go rocketing off into a new adventure.
How was I to know he'd go ricochetting off into cartoon land?
That was the funniest
thing I have ever seen you type here.
Thank you for that response.
There's more information here in a thread which you may have not seen.