Have particle physicists actually falsified both quantum mechanics and special relativity?

If there indeed are “Higgs particles” in this world, as particle physicists at Cern claim to have discovered, then “particles” do actually equal “fields”.

This claim does, however, run counter to the scientific development since James Clerk Maxwell’s equations of 1865 unifying electromagnetic phenomena. These equations showed that the apparently distinct phenomena of electricity and magnetism (ie, fields) actually are intimately related through a common theoretical framework. The most remarkable feature with this framework is that it contains a wave solution,  and, since it’s reasonable to assume that a wave travels in a medium, the framework led to an empirical search for the “ether” that “supports” the wave (much like today’s empirical search for “Higgs particle”). This search did, however, fail in the Michelson–Morely experiment in 1887 to detect the motion of the Earth through the ether, a failure which instead led to the discovery of quantum mechanics and special relativity, wherein particles and fields are distinct.

So, if today’s particle physicists indeed have discovered a particle (ie, “Higgs particle”) that unites particles and fields, then they have actually falsified both quantum mechanics and special relativity. Their claim does thus give rise to the question: have they actually falsified both quantum mechanics and special relativity or are just imposters? (These are the only alternatives).

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3 responses to “Have particle physicists actually falsified both quantum mechanics and special relativity?

  1. The wave solution is indeed correct, as I have shown in my books. However, the Michelson-Morely experiment is also flawed. Electromagnetics analysis provides all solutions. There is no need to search for a particle that doesn’t exist. If the ether consists of particles, then there should be more than enough of them next to your finger to analyze. Particle theory should be confined to particles.

    • I agree that “there is no need to search for a particle that doesn’t exist”. But, it also sounds awkward to ‘search for a particle that do exist’. The reason it sounds awkward is that such a search may be for both a single particle, like Peter Higgs, and for a particular kind of particles, like “Higgs particle”, whereof particle physics’ search is of the latter kind. The problem with this kind of search is that kinds do not exist, ie, are not real, as Rusell’s paradox shows. We do not find kinds, but make them up.

      The problem with this fact for particle physics is that if it is “confined to particles”, as you say, then the fundamental question for it is: which particle, the twins or they?

      However, in this post I’m just pointing at the fact that its claimed empirical discovery of “Higgs particle” conflicts with quantum mechanics and special relativity. (As far as I can understand, quantum mechanics and special relativity do not conflict with the wave solution. They are merely the “particle aspect” on one and the same thing, which thus is different in the particle and wave aspects, ie, in the pattern and process aspects).

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