Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Planck data, the last straw on Higgs’ back

{Note (added on April 2, 2015, months before the LHC run II):

There should be a vacuum boson {as vacuum [d (blue), -d (-yellow)] quark pair} transformed into vacuum {u (yellow), -u (-blue)}, see http://www.prequark.org/pq11.htm .

This vacuum boson's mass should be:

{Vacuum energy (about 246 Gev) divided by 2} + {a push over energy (vacuum fluctuation, about 2.46 Gev)}
= 123 + 2.46 = 125.46 Gev.

The above calculation has only one parameter: the vacuum energy. As a vacuum boson, its key feature is having a zero (0) spin.

Three years after the discovery of this new 125.4 Gev boson, the Higgs mechanism is not verified (see an article from Nigel Lockyer, Director of Fermi Lab. at http://www.quantumdiaries.org/2014/04/24/massive-thoughts/ ). That is, the Higgs mechanism is wrong, total nonsense, and of course, there is no Higgs boson; it is a Vacuum Boson.

The recent Planck data showed three facts about our universe.
a. There is a hemispheric asymmetry in terms of CMB.
b. The Neff is 3, that is, the 4th kind (generation) of neutrino is ruled out.
c. The universe is made up of 69.2±1.0% dark energy, 25.8±0.4% dark matter, and 4.82±0.05% visible matter.

The makeup of the universe [the point (c)] can be easily modeled with an iceberg model.  In an iceberg model, a particle is defined as the “tip” (visible part) of the iceberg. And, this particle “iceberg” is composed of three parts.
a. A big chunk of ice.
b. A big ocean of water.
c. A big sky of space.

Here, the sea water is completely opaque, and the ice under the water is totally invisible.

 For a universe which contains only one (single) such particle (iceberg), its three constituent parts carry the equal weights among them in terms of energy.  Then, the big chunk of ice weighs about 33% of the total. In terms of the “real” ice, the tip of the iceberg is about 10% of the total ice mass. In this model, let the particle (visible part of the ice) be 5% and the invisible ice be 28% (making a total of 33%).

Now, this iceberg universe has 67% dark energy, 28% dark matter and 5% visible mass. In this model, the ice is also melting away, saying about a bit less than 10%.  Then, the dark matter reduces to 28 – 2 = 26 (%) and the dark energy increases to 67 + 2 = 69 (%).

This iceberg model consists of two points.
1. It is a composite universe,  in terms of its rock-bottom particles.
2. There is a melting mechanism (see Note).

The Planck map (P-map) can be viewed as the surface of a golf ball; the hot spot as the high point while the cold spot as the valley. Then, the melting mechanism of the iceberg model can reproduce the P-map. For each iceberg, there is a cold spot which is surrounded by a hot donut. With zillions of iceberg clumped together, a P-map will be produced.

Thus, if a particle theory which is intended to describe the foundation of this universe is not encompassing an iceberg-like model, it cannot be a valid theory.

As the Neff is 3, thus a theory which is not intrinsically ruling out the fourth generation cannot be a correct theory.

"The hemispheric asymmetry" indicates that the entire universe has an intrinsic dynamics, and that dynamics must be inherited by the particles of this universe. Again, a particle theory which is not encompassing these intrinsic dynamics cannot be the valid theory.

For the current definition of Higgs mechanism, it has no connection of any kind to these three Planck facts. Thus, the Higgs is of course not a correct theory for the “universe”. Yet, can it be valid in a small scope, much smaller than the universe, similar to many outdated theories? If no theory can “replace” it in that small scope, then it still has its place. But, “Prequark Chromodynamics” is not only replacing it in that small scope but is encompassing all the three Planck facts above.  The iceberg model is the intrinsic consequence of the Prequark Chromodynamics.

Yet, many claims that as long as the LHC new boson is found to have spin zero, then Higgs is vindicated.   In the article “Cosmic Conflation: The Higgs, The Inflaton, and Spin (http://profmattstrassler.com/2013/03/26/cosmic-conflation-the-higgs-the-inflaton-and-spin/#comment-50137 )”, it says,  "Yes, the Higgs field, responsible for the mass of many elementary particles, …, is a spin-zero field (which means the Higgs particle has zero spins). And yes, the “inflaton field” (the name given to the hypothetical field that, by giving the universe a lot of extra “dark energy” in the early universe, is supposed to have caused the universe to expand at a spectacular rate) is also probably a spin-zero field (in which case the inflaton particle also has zero spin). Well, fish and whales both have tails, and both swim in the sea; yet that doesn’t make them closely related."

With this “zero spins” issue being cleared, the LHC new boson must be the prequark composite.

Note (added on September 24, 2013): After the AMS02 data released on April 3, 2013, the melting rate for the dark matter is established about 8 to 10%. By choosing it as 9%, the dark mass should be
[(33.3 – 4.82) x (100 - 9)%] =  25.91 (while the Planck data is 25.8), then,
the dark mass/visible mass ratio was calculated as 5.3755 (while the Planck data shows the ratio = 25.8/4.82 = 5.3526), see http://tienzengong.wordpress.com/2013/09/19/barked-up-the-wrong-trees-m-theory-and-susy/   or   http://prebabel.blogspot.com/2013/08/dark-matter-mystery-no-more-part-2.html (Dark matter, mystery no more, part 2!) for the calculation.

The dark energy = 66.66 + [(33.3 – 4.82) x  9%] = 66.66 + 2.56 = 69.22 (while the Planck data is 69.2)

This iceberg model was initially posted as a comment (on March 25, 2013) at http://profmattstrassler.com/2013/03/21/the-universe-according-to-planck-the-satellite/#comment-49934 

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