# mass comes from charge

Alright, let explain why this post at this time. Last night on Iowa
PBS was a program about a summary of CERN LHC on the Higgs particle. I
caught it in
about 3/4 of the show, but was curious about one line of thought the
speaker
raised. I do not know his name, but he had white hair and a full beard
of white
hair. Perhaps he was on a physics faculty of one of Iowa's
Universities, perhaps not. Anyway, let me get to the best part of his
talk.

He said words to the effect: that mass in physics is somewhat strange
in that it appears to be a parameter that seeks to hinder
acceleration. And this strangeness is what motivated Peter Higgs and 4
other scientists to independently look for this Higgs-field of
impedance to acceleration.

So, now, with the axioms of Physics as the Maxwell Equations add on
Lenz law and add on Dirac Equation. Let me see if I can derive a more
satisfactory answer for the strangeness of mass that does not look for
a Higgs-field. In other words, let me see if in the Maxwell Equations
themselves, from charges, whether they can deliver a concept of "mass"
which is impedance of
acceleration.

I think I can, and will be a beautiful proof that the Maxwell
Equations are the axioms of Physics and that we need never roam in
fantasy land for stupid and silly fields.

So the question is, can the Maxwell Equations + Lenz law + Dirac
Equation produce a parameter that we call and know of as mass?

In the Coulomb law, we have charge, not mass.

But in the Faraday law, we have a force law, a kinetic force law that
moves the electron charge in a closed loop wire.

Now I think I can get mass from charge in Faraday's law.

Notice that charge in Maxwell Equations and Dirac Equation have two
forms, one form is a tiny ball, and the other form is the uncollapsed
wavefunction of dots of probability.

So the difference between mass and charge is that the charge is always
collapsed wavefunction and never uncollapsed, whereas mass can be
either collapsed or uncollapsed.

So here we have charge more primary and basic than mass and we get
mass from charge by collapsing the wavefunction. In other words, we
get mass from charge by altering the geometry of mass. When mass is in
a dot wave cloud it is energy as in E=mcc. But when mass is in a lump
sum it is collapsed and in a closed geometry.

So here we definitely need the Dirac Equation in the Maxwell Equations
because with the Dirac Equation, that we have Space as energy and
Space
is the uncollapsed wavefunction. We get mass as a derivative, a
secondary
feature of charge.

So what Peter Higgs was chasing after in a Higgs-field, is nothing
more than that of making charge turned into mass.

Archimedes Plutonium
http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium/
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies
.

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