wlad Posted March 2 Report Share Posted March 2 There are two versions of Science Forums Two days ago I posted two topics on that other version of the Science Forums. In the topic titled "One of the most impressive calculations in theoretical physics" the moderator swansont posted a reply, saying that quantum vacuum fermions were never detected by experiments, and therefore my theory is mere speculation. swansont closed the topic, and I couldn't post a reply to it. Also, as I had already posted two topics, I couldn't post another topic that day. But I wrote a reply to swansont in Word file in my computer, and was waiting the next day to post my reply. However, before the next day, I went on to that Science Forums, to copy the exact words used by swansont in his reply, in order to put them in my reply, but when I tried to enter into Science Forums I found that he had banned me out indefinitely. So, that’s why I'm posting an answer to swansont here. Reply to swansont: Speculations in Theoretical Physics .1- Prediction of the meson Yukawa proposed the existence of the meson in 1934. The meson was detected experimentaly in 1947. Therefore, along 13 years the meson was a mere speculation. And what is worse: Yukawa’s speculation was totaly wrong, because he proposed that a meson jumps between two protons inside the structure of the neutron. However, it is known nowadays that Yukawa’s model of neutron is wrong. There is not any meson inside the neutron. And this error implies in the following: .a) There are several mesons, whose masses vary from 134,9 MeV/c² up to 9,46 GeV/c². Thereby, starting from a wrong speculation, obviously there were a big chance to exist a meson with a mass close to that predicted by Yukawa, since there are several mesons with different masses. .b) But the mass of the meson predicted by Yukawa wasn’t even close to the meson with mass 134,9 MeV/c². The mass of the meson calculated from the wrong Yukawa’s neutron model was 100 MeV/c². A difference of 35%. Yukawa awarded the Nobel Prize from a theory whose prediction had nothing with the existence of the mesons. And his calculation had nothing with the existence of the mesons. With his calculation Yukawa aimed to hit the meson inside the neutron, but his shot crossed the neutron without to hit any meson, and after to leave the neutron the trajectory of the shot passed well past a meson, because the mass closest to 100 MeV was 35% larger than he predicted. .2- Prediction of the neutrino Wolfgang Pauli proposed the existence of the meson in 1930. The neutrino was detected experimentaly in 1956. Therefore, along 26 years the neutrino was a mere speculation. .3- Prediction of the Higgs boson Higs proposed the existence of his boson in 1964. The boson was detected experimentaly in 2012. Therefore, along 52 years the boson was a mere speculation. However, there is a great chance that in upcoming years the comunity of physicists will realize that, despite Higgs boson exists, however it is not the promoter of the mass to particles, because the properties of the boson predicted by Higgs do not fit to the properties of the boson detected in the experiments. .4- Prediction of the dark matter In 1884 Lord Kelvin proposed that “Many of our supposed thousand million stars, perhaps a great majority of them, may be dark bodies". In 1906 Henri Poincaré, in discussing Kelvin's work, he found that the amount of dark matter would need to be less than that of visible matter. In 1922 Jacobus Kapteyn suggested the existence of dark matter using stellar velocities. Along more than 30 years, more than a hundred experiments have failed to detect the dark matter. Each week is announced that a new experimente failed to detect the dark matter. Therefore, along 140 years the dark matter continues being a mere speculation. . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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