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Re: the SU(3) group mapped electromagnetization

For those of you who think this model has no value read this: ( the calculations they use are so very much harder than my simple notebook)
Roger Bagula
Jul 4
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A 175 TeV Hadron Collider Eberhard Keil CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

http://keil.web.cern.ch/keil/math.html Notebooks Machines are studied with Notebooks, which invoke Packages to do the
Roger Bagula
Jul 4
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4605

the SU(3) group mapped electromagnetization

This effort is a result of trying to find an strong field SU(3) like vacuum that behaves in an Ising-Onsager electromagnetization manner. This model can be
Roger Bagula
Jul 4
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Ralf Schaper Kassel

http://www.mathematik.uni-kassel.de/~rascha/#Mathematica_Demonstration
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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n volume to mass relationship in quantum mass terms

A while back I noticed if you took the 4d volume of an electron the result came close to the mass. This program is a result of that sort of thinking using
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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Re: a calculation of a neutrino mass from theory

This volume to result haunted me, so I made up a program to check it: sure enough I had made a mistake! From n=3 to n=15 the masses in observed neutrino masses
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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Re: a calculation of a neutrino mass from theory

Looking at d=12 volumes the mass actually goes up: 1.91405*10^-33=1.0737*m_observed So the d=11 is the minimal volume for this sort of dimensional volume
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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Re: a calculation of a neutrino mass from theory

A value near that observed: still higher at 11 dimensions / 12 roots; 1.86398*10^-33 gm =1.04562*m_observed The problem with this adding dimensions of the
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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a calculation of a neutrino mass from theory

Those of you who know with particle physics know that the neutrino mass is one of the mysteries of modern science. The volume to surface approach made me think
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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a picture: the nightmare approach to SU(3) electromagnetization

... On Jul 2, 2015, at 9:10 AM, Roger Bagula rlbagulatftn@... [Active_Mathematica] < Active_Mathematica@yahoogroups.com > wrote: Tossing and turning
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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the nightmare approach to SU(3) electromagnetization

Tossing and turning trying to figure an angle on converting the nice U(1)*SU(2) lepton into three quarks... Not that I lost sleep over this: it just made me
Roger Bagula
Jul 2
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Re: Self-delusion 'fuels maths success' - BT

All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is sure. Mark Twain Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will
Mats Granvik
Jul 2
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Self-delusion 'fuels maths success' - BT

http://home.bt.com/news/science-news/self-delusion-fuels-maths-success-11363989820474
Roger Bagula
Jul 1
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phase transition picture in traditional Ising model

A a critical temperature: here about 2.3 , a phase transition takes place,
Roger Bagula
Jun 30
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Re: further generalization of vacuum Ising electromanetization for t

I noticed that near z=1/2=T/Tc there was “structure”. Some investigation brings out that the result is a phase transition near mass: m=me/2. n=1 doesn’t
Roger Bagula
Jun 30
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