Authors: Lamont Williams
Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments this year have shown the existence of a new boson that resembles the Higgs boson. Although it is known that this particle has couplings to other particles that increase with their masses, the spin of the newly discovered boson is undetermined as of yet. The Higgs boson has been predicted to be a spin 0 particle. The LHC boson is not a spin 1 particle, suggesting that it is likely spin 0 or spin 2. Using concepts from Temporal Energy Theory, this paper proposes that the LHC’s Higgs-like boson will likely be found to be a non-elementary spin 2 particle with positive parity, suggests what the particle is, and describes how this information relates to the predicted Higgs boson of the Standard Model and the generation of mass in objects.
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