The subatomic world is governed by three known forces, each with vastly different energy. In this video, Fermilab’s Dr. Don Lincoln takes on the weak nuclear force and shows why it is so much weaker than the other known forces.
Why is the Weak Forces are Weak , Because it is so strong in the Other Dimension where " This " Creation is Happened and " The Human Consciousness is limited up to the wishes of "The Creator ". When you understand this, you will be allowed.
So wait, do the other non-photon bosons have actual mass meaning they don't travel at the speed of light or is their energy from the long form of Einstein's equation that includes momentum and the gluon, W, and Z bosons do travel at the speed of light?
I'd like to know why we discovered in the atomic forces in reverse order of their strength. Gravity was discovered first, then electromagnetic, then the strong and weak force. Is it possible there is another force as yet undiscovered? Perhaps something responsible for dark energy?
In principle, if some apparatus could generate as many top quarks as we like, could we eventually observe the decay of a hadron that includes a top quark? Surely some fraction of top quarks form hadrons before they decay, even if only a very small one.
Awesome! But quantum mechanics sounds so much like a bugged programmed code that the programmer did at midnight sunday to deliver on monday.
"Oh fuck.. just... put this random things here... And if they try to measure the position the speed is... oh shit, this code will be a mess... you can't measure both! And the energy of a boson is, I don't know, put a random here... zero... infinity..."
The way this works is all of the forces (including gravity) are residual effects caused by the information flow or teleportation either out or into this space-time via dilated dimensions called Planck-Holes (PH). These PH act as pours in the fabric of space-time. Local PH are dilated (changes in teleportation bandwidth) differently by various types of matter i.e. baryonic, dark etc.. Dilated PH which permeate the fabric of space-time are analogous to open pours in a membrane or drains in a swimming pool while information is analogus to water. This information flow into the PH is gravitation. Mass is the accumulation of information that can occur around particular dilations of a PH regime. Masslessness is the absence of such accumulation of information due to a greater PH dilation. Spin is the circulation, or the lack thereof, of accumulated information around the PH as matter drains or teleports unperturbed out of this space-time, ergo; gravitates. This circulating accumulation of information is what produce charge and electromagnetism within baryonic matter. The strong force occurs when these circulating information channels occur around the PH, and while in sufficient proximity, heterodyne or combine in a special type of entanglement to form the nuclear binding force which permits atoms to form.
When PH have a sufficiently large dilation by sufficiently large accumulations of matter, a Planck hole becomes a Black hole, a virtual Niagra falls of information teleportation out of this universe. The weak force is the effect that occurs on the scale of diminutively dilated PH in unstable (radioactive) amalgams of matter that is equivalent to the jets of energy emitted by overfeeding black holes on the cosmic scale. Dark matter is a particle which, under the influence of the Higgs field, dilates local PH to a greater extent than does normal baryonic matter, therefore, information flow, ergo gravitation, occurs via PH dilated by dark matter with none of the side effects seen in baryonic matter. Hence, no information accumulation or circulation means no mass, no spin, no strong force, and no weak force, therefore dark matter, unlike normal matter, is rendered very weakly interacting yet gravitates.
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I just hope the citizen scientists brigade will realise that physics isn't a subject that's intuitive. Basics can be ,so before posting a facile analogy attempting to disprove quantum theory just remember what it takes to get a PhD - it takes a lot of time and effort.
Thank you sir, I have a request for clarity. Mass (less), or (no) mass, or (not) mass, or (anti) mass? Charge, and spin as well. The descrictors of concepts are used literally in some cases, and generally in others. The definitions are specific for one descriptor and may at best be abstract when applied to another. Even if they are not real words it is best to describe things with the same definition.
O.K., let me make sure I have this straight.
A top quark, for reasons unknown but likely because it wants to be at a lower energy state, emits a w particle and becomes a bottom quark.
This W can have an energy over a certain threshold and if it does, it survives long enough to be re-absorbed by a bottom quark and creates a new top quark an there is no beta decay.
Rarely, the W will have a very low energy and if that happens, it can decay farther into an electron and a neutrino which exit the neucleus of the effected atom and cause radioactive decay.
That would explain why carbon 14 is more radioactive than carbon 12, not enough bottom quarks.
Does this mean that the universe is slowly running out of neutrons that aren't in black holes or neutron stars? I mean VERY slowly. So slowly, it won't have a chance to happen before everything else happens.
So a W- + boson can exist if they trade there mass with time of existence
So can other particle do that too??
Something like, a eletron emitting a top quark that is really light for a brief moment and decays to a photons
Neutrons decay into protongs? Four questions, what is the rate of that decay? Is this an inevitable process, for instants, do decaying neutrons in a neutrons star eventually transform it into a 'proton' star? And what do protons decay into - if they even do? If they don't, what causes a neutrong (which would seem to be a more 'stable' particle) to decay, while the charged proton does not?
There is quite an interesting connection between quantum tunneling and the Weak Force.
My hypothesis on that is that Electromagnetism drives two differently charged particles in different directions that is similar to a maritime concept called tacking. That is when the exact same boat is pushed in different directions based on its orientation to waves being produced.
The fields around particles create a surface that is more likely to absorb energy from the fields in one direction or another and push different charges (tacks) in different directions. Occasionally matter’s phase or orientation will shift out of this orientation into a neutral non-reacting phase.
Openly wondering if this isn’t exactly what is happening here? Whatever causes the mass shifts it orientation just long enough to cause a decay.
To put it in a nutshell, how much energy is expressed as mass is the critical component of the Weak Force?
Wonderful explanation. As I understand it from this, the reason that extreme temperatures are required to unify the forces e.g. create the electroweak, is that only at these energies are all the messenger particles likely to be manifested with similar probabilities.
Wow, I think I actually understood this. And I think I also now understand a lot more about uncertainty.
Still don't understand why the weak force is a force, though. Nothing seems to be attracted or repelled.
What's clear is the weak force can become the strongest force. Like how strong is weak force in a black hole? When it can rip matter apart and cause light to exceed light speed. The actual force for magnetism and gravity is inertial.
pardon my ignorance, but what effects does a photon have on anything if it doesnt carry a charge? how does light affect the electromagnetic force?
im not a scientist, just an enthusiast so again, pardon my ignorance and thank you for the video
Why is it we can send a signal million's of miles always with a slight pause? And we are still using AMPS. to get cable across town? Why do we need so many cell towers if there are so many satellites in space?
Because it can (actually must) have kinetic energy. But dont make the mistake and use the formula T=1/2 m v^2 from Newtonian mechanics to calculate the kinetic energy, as this of course would yield zero for the massles case m = 0. You have to use the relativistic equation which also works for m=0.
Each part of the diagramm essentially represents the propability for the depicted process to happen. So the lines represent the propability for free propagation of the particle, a vertex stands for the propability for the interaction and so on. The propability for the whole diagram is then the product of the individual propabilities. If you want to convince yourself that this is true take a coin and flip it once. The propability for heads is 1/2. Flip it twice, and the propability for two times heads is 1/2*1/2 = 1/4.
Right, so if I understood correctly, the weak force is called _weak_ because it's not as strong as the strong or the electromagnetic force at proton range. And that's because it's very rare that the decay happens. So, if it happened more frequently, it would be stronger?
So, I understand the concept of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, for momentum and position. I can't quite grasp it for time and energy.
Delta-t being a span of time, but what would be the start-end points?
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