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Applying the Vector-Tensor-Scalar Relationship to the Higgs Boson and Perihelion Precession (Extending the Previous Submission to Bohr-Dom)

Authors: Rodney Bartlett

The Danish physicist Niels Bohr is reported to have said last century, "Your theory is crazy, but it's not crazy enough to be true." This article reaches a final conclusion that is, in a word, crazy. But the conclusion appears to be inescapable if mathematics has any value. So maybe the article is crazy enough to be true. It speaks of an equivalence between quantum particles and macroscopic objects via the vector-tensor-scalar relationship. That relationship also proposes a supersymmetry between fermions and bosons, explaining the quantum spin of both. Then it addresses the subjects of other large-scale dimensions and negative energy (the masses in other dimensions would be an easy solution to the "dark matter" problem this dimension has). Finally, Archimedes and Kepler combine to show that the vector-tensor-scalar relationship can substitute Earth (when considered as a whole) for the Higgs boson and extend it into the infinite and eternal Unified Field of the Block Universe Albert Einstein believed in.

Comments: 7 Pages. CITE - https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.6934223.v1

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[v1] 2018-08-04 09:50:52

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