Submitted by AshleyGnosis on Sun, 06/12/2011 - 12:12am
I'm going to elaborate on a previous highdea of mine, here it is:
"Let's say matter can be represented in binary code, protons being 1's, neutrons being 0's and electron's being -1's... Okay, it'll be trinary code, whatever. Anywho, imagine we're all processing this information like computers. Matter has been shown to be mostly vacuous nothing and only seems to take shape when observed, according to quantum experiments. I don't know where I'm going with this, but life seems very Matrix-like, huh?"
So basically, I'm saying matter is made up of charges and there's really no reason for it to have weight and sometimes solidity. I'm also saying (as a metaphor) that we are the computers that interpret whatever is encoded in the makeup of everything and turn it into THINGS (like computers). You guys with me so far? Good.
Well, let's get into what the Higgs boson actually is. It's a variable that has yet to be found. Physicist Peter Higgs took a stab at the question "why does matter have mass?". What he came up with (as a theory), is that there is this invisible field that runs through everyone and everything and in this field resides the Higgs Boson, a particle the latches onto matter and gives it mass. A lot of Physicists were on board with this theory and even dedicated most of the experiments a CERN to the search for the Higgs.
I don't think they'll ever find the Higgs.... I don't think the variable is some elusive particle....
so here's my theory on the Higgs in a nutshell in case you couldn't quite grasp it previously...
Matter is encoded. We interpret it like computers. Until it is interpreted, it is an ocean of possibilities. Our perception gives things mass.
Isn't that neato?!?! (i like parenthesis)