- Gerald Dillenbeck
- West Hartford, CT
- United States

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## Higgs boson central placement is predicted entirely by balanced outside (+) and inside (-) patterned string environments.

The Higgs Boson entropic non-structure is perceivable as empty space structure or antimatter, mathematically speaking, as a Bianchi Group R-zero, where "R" is a core Boolean ring. As such, it has a C-value, in genetic environments, of Zero. In Thurston's geometrization conjecture, this is a compact 3-manifold structure defined most precisely as Hyperbolic geometry-H/cubed AND Spherical geometry-S/cubed. "Cubing" Zero creates a compact, fused, fractal function, that, in the subsequent functional moment, becomes (temporally functional only; that is, with Zero spatial function) CAT(0), Nuclear Universal Vector (see, Buckminster Fuller, 1975, Synergetics). B. Fuller refers to a Higgs boson as both Zerophase, and Cosmic Integrity, with an inherently tri-valent structure, entirely defined by its temporal environment. See 440.00, p. 93, 1975.

Core Boolean rings are what we perceive when we observe the "strings" of the Physics paradigm. That is, this is a snapshot of a string defining energy pattern across a synaptic moment of time, with the Higgs boson forming the entropic/empty core vector or spine of any perceived string in any perceived moment. It logically follows that there is only one Higgs boson within any one Universe. On the other hand, its placement is Universally homeologous, and limited to human visibility only in relation to the placement of the visual/cognitive system Observer.

For example, in Ruth Charney's Geometric group theory research at Brandeis. the Higgs boson functions in geometric group theory as a free abelian group, at the central core of right-angled Artin groups. Cubical complex environments are fractals, with a "chirping" oscillating, ultra-high temporal frequency rhythm when observed functionally across Artin-angled time/relationship.

## Fritzie -

If one of your local universities has a Society for Physics Students, that might be a good group of whom to ask your question.

While I have no expertise in this area myself, I did scoot your question to one of the scientists on the US Atlas collaboration at the LHC. The response was that the idea is incorrect, in particular because there is not a single Higgs boson in the universe. In fact they have found many now at a 5 sigma level of confidence. Beyond that the argument here was not sufficiently scientifically precise for her to point to specific issues.

## Fritzie -

## Gerald Dillenbeck

If Higgs boson perception is mathematically consonant with a universal CAT(0) metaphysic, then, in the field of Information Theory, its functional definition may "prove" that polynomial time (P) = non-polynomial time (NP). This is a profound question with fundamental implications for not only physics, but also chemistry, botany, genetics, ecology, economics, history, philosophy, math, and perhaps even theology.

As for your contact's observation that there is not a single Higgs boson in the universe, because many have been found: The Higgs boson, as I understand it, "exists" solely as a measurable/perceivable spatial function without identifiable internal organization. It is the nuclear vector in a CAT(0) manifold. As such, it makes precisely as much sense to say there is more than 1 Higgs boson in any one Universe as it does to say there is more than one "0" in the shared human/mathematical paradigm. Certainly there can be any number of "0"s within any perceptual field, but that does not make it mathematically precise to say there are multiple "0" events. Rather, "0" acts as the placeholder for the absence of relationship, and/or distinction. If the Higgs boson is a nuclear central vector of equilibrium within any one atomic universe, then this is another way of saying it is a "core primordial relationship potential" within any set. It is only in that mathematical sense that I said there can only be one Higgs boson in any one Universe. Perhaps it is less tautological to speculate that there can only be one Higgs boson in any one synaptic moment.

## Gerald Dillenbeck