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Critique of Frank Close, Et Al: The Particle Explosion

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For those with a need to know, this book furnishes the latest in quantum mechanics, particles science, and ultimate theory as we know it; the author explores the known parameters and perimeters governing theory, in minute detail, and to date in 2005. In pictorial review, we glimpse the latest in collider technology and efforts to isolate the ultimate particle. Here, the writers introduce particles decay or annihilation into lesser quantities; where, particles disseminate their mass into energy parcels ultimately transmutable to differing or original state. Thus, science demonstrates the known state of mass in flux, easily transmutable into lesser or greater particles and force.

Frank Close, Michael Marten, and Christine Sutton combine to explain the latest in particle explosions, decay, or annihilation. Here, we begin a spectacularly illustrated tour of subatomic worlds, the science of particle physics, and participation in attempts to understand the very nature of matter and energy. In so doing, we come to understand, how, at one time or another, our body will reuse atoms or energy once included as a part of Moses the patriarch, or Isaac Newton the physicist; also, we will have breathed an oxygen molecule whose parts might already have been inhaled by every other person who ever lived!

The authors illustrate an extended particles panorama provided through the great accelerator and collider experiments; where, particles are hurled at ever increasing speeds to collide with other particles; particles are thus treated to determine the very essence of matter and causality for our existential serendipity. If you can imagine 1-TeV, that is, one trillion electron volts, you can partially grasp the speed now artificially imposed on particles too small for natural observation, racing toward collision with targeted components --and with collision, leaving telltale signatures of presence and decay from the building blocks of matter on prepared registry.

The authors provide hundreds of film-exposures illustrating particle annihilations, and entirely reproducible in other elements as proof of particles diversity. This journey into the heart of matter encounters a subatomic 'zoo' habituated with quarks, bosons, leptons, 'strange,' 'charm,' and other peculiarly named antiparticles and companion particles. Holding Doctorates in their chosen field, the authors describe major particles and groups of particles in great detail and furnish collider tracks to verify findings.

Particle physicists can now transform our understanding of atom workability; still, they do not approach the Grand Unified Theory, the theory reaching matter's ultimate particle isolation. But such is only in the wings of science and will burst forth in the near future. If readers desire pictorial demonstrations, knowledgeable text, and a scientifically advanced flow into matter investigation, this book is a must.

Two great mysteries complicate the mystery of life: the 'ultimate particle' able to instigate and sustain life and eventually to also erode humanist life force, plus the Theocratic Essence esteemed to prolong human life-force from its created existentialism into an invisible. Seemingly, the two are at odds with one another and have perplexed the greatest minds over centuries, seeking answers to theories most difficult to envision. Science is hard at work to discover the former, and theist/atheist debate is hard at work to resolve the latter. As to the first, an equation is possible to explain the first and which equation questions the present ultimate speed of light; additionally, the argumentation of atheist and theist are both wrong in basis, positioned from biased opinion or emotion, and neither extreme syllogistically proving their position. Yet, recent research exists to resolve both the Ultimate Particle and Ultimate Destiny.

Readers are invited to peruse our best research and test the answers now accepted for these age-old questions.

Ben Winter, particles physicist, Bible scholar, and author of "THE GREAT DECEPTION: Symbols And Numbers Clarified," reveals there 'is' something new under the sun -- that is, for modern Bible students. He addresses correctness of language and true intent of the major Bible topics: solves Bible mysteries, defines Gog and Magog, reveals Daniel He-goat's surprising identity, and dares to number the all important Ten Ages. Sign up for FREE book critiques at http://www.Winterbriar.com and view more articles in blog format at http://blog.thegreatdeception.net.

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