Relativity and Cosmology

   

Messenger Particles and Relativity

Authors: John R. McWhinnie

This article is an attempt to expose the role played by messenger particles in physics. The concept of the "messenger particle" has long been considered in physics. The latest research shows evidence that the four fundamental forces of nature ,Gravitation, Electromagnetic and the Weak and Strong Nuclear forces are all created by messenger particles. This hypotheses is leading to a new way of thinking about the fundamental sub-atomic wave/particles that are the building blocks of our universe. Some of the latest evidence actually shows that in order to understand what is happening with these messenger particles it is necessary to perceive them as information carriers. The four messenger particles that are thought to exist are the Graviton (not yet discovered) , Photon, Weak Guage Boson and the Gluon. This paper shall be concerned with the Photon as an information carrier.

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[v1] 10 Mar 2010
[v2] 12 Mar 2010

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