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Prespacetime Journal has just published its latest issue PSTJ V3(8) entitled "The Eve of Exciting News in Particle Physics" at

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Special Reports

ICHEP Preparations, July 4th Higgs Update at CERN & Several Higgs Webcasts (by Philip E. Gibbs)

ICHEP Higgs Rumours = Discovery? (by Philip E. Gibbs)


Higgs Discovery on the Brink, but Is It the Higgs? & What Is the Deal with H to WW? (by Philip E. Gibbs)

Comparison of the Fractional Response of a RLC Network and RC Circuit (by José F. Gómez)

On Lorentz-invariant Theory of Gravitation Part 2: The Nature of Pre-spacetime & Its Geometrization (by Alexander G. Kyriakos)

GR Articles

Bianchi Type V Dark Energy Model in Brans-Dicke Theory of Gravitation Shivdas D. Katore, A. Y. Shaikh)


Bayes and String Theory (by Philip E. Gibbs)


LHC June 2012 Update (by Philip E. Gibbs)

Today 06/12/2012 Reuters reports that "[p]hysicists investigating the make-up of the universe are closing in on the Higgs boson, an elusive particle thought to have been key to turning debris from the Big Bang into stars, planets and finally life, scientists said on Tuesday." See here:

Meanwhile, Philip E. Gibbs reported on 06/10/2012 at the viXra log that "now the computer grid will light up as ATLAS and CMS push through the analysis for the Higgs and SUSY plots in time to get them approved for the massive ICHEP conference in one months time." See here According to Gibbs, "The schedule of talks shows that each experiment will be giving detailed talks for each individual Higgs channel (plus possibly a new H -> Z+γ analysis) using 2012 data at 8 TeV leading up to the final combinations for each experiment. They will leave it up to bloggers to complete the full combination. It is likely that they will fall just short of discovery significance in diphoton channels and combined plots for each experiment. The full combined significance for the LHC will probably pass the 5 sigma finish line but no official combination will show that. This is not certain because the statistical fluctuations are not predictable."

On to What Effect LHC Experiment Should Arrive (by Dainis Zeps): Abstract: We consider idea of hierarchical multitime notion and of the cone of creation. Following this idea, the time used in traditional sense is only a single projection of time in the multitime. Multitime must have inner dimension upwards turning it into hierarchical structure which acts as what we call global cone of creation. On our time projection, evolution of species and BB, both global and local, in SM are examples of local cones of creation. Higgs field as symmetry breaking accounts for complementary worlds on other projections of time in multitime. We argue that time is form of referencing within matter and doesn’t have any sense without matter. These are the hypothetical assumptions which may be tested, when LHC experiment shall go on.

Topological Geometrodynamics: Basic Visions(by Matti Pitkanen)

Abstract: In this article I will discuss three basic visions about quantum Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD). It is somewhat matter of taste which idea one should call a vision and the selection of these three in a special role is what I feel natural just now: 1. The first vision is generalization of Einstein's geometrization program based on the idea that the Kähler geometry of the world of classical worlds (WCW) with physical states identied as classical spinor elds on this space would provide the ultimate formulation of physics. 2. Second vision is number theoretical and involves three threads. The rst thread relies on the idea that it should be possible to fuse real number based physics and physics associated with various p-adic number fields to single coherent whole by a proper generalization of number concept. Second thread is based on the hypothesis that classical number fields could allow to understand the fundamental symmetries of physics and and imply quantum TGD from purely number theoretical premises with associativity dening the fundamental dynamical principle both classically and quantum mechanically. The third threadrelies on the notion of innite primes whose construction has amazing structural similarities with second quantization of super-symmetric quantum eld theories. In particular, the hierarchy of innite primes and integers allows to generalize the notion of numbers so that given real number has innitely rich number theoretic anatomy based on the existence of innite number of real units. 3. The third vision is based on TGD inspired theory of consciousness, which can be regarded as an extensionof quantum measurement theory to a theory of consciousness raising observer from an outsider to a key actor of quantum physics.

About Prespacetime (by Alan J. Oliver)

Abstract: Rather than pursuing a process or event through which this present reality emerged from Akasha (Prespacetime) as some sort of transition from imaginary to real, it can be reasonable to say that Akasha is as it always has been; outside of our four dimensions. Another way of saying this would be to say that our four dimensions exist within a field which Yoga called Akasha. I have noted the term mind field being used in Yoga, and this suggests to me that information exists as a field, or as a component of a field, within Akasha. What is often missed in our musings about Akasha is the likelihood that the ‘prior’ is just an idea based on our linear concept of time.

Informational Time and Space (by Gunn Quznetsov)

Abstract: Any information system carries in itself its unidirectioned and irreversible "time" and a metric "space", bounded with this "time" by the Poincare divisible group transformations.

“Crackpots” Who Were Right (by Philip E. Gibbs)

Abstract: I’m going to run a series of posts at under the heading: “crackpots” who were right. It is surprising just how many times people have published ideas in science that were initially rejected by their peers simply because they went against the accepted wisdom of the time. These people submitted their work to journals only to have them repeatedly rejected with comments from the referees stating that the author simply could not be right. In all the cases I will mention, the idea has eventually been accepted, sometimes after many years and often only when another more influential scientist rediscovered it. Happily the original discoverers were not forgotten and are now recognised, but it is not just the matter of recognition that is of concern. The failure to evaluate the work correctly at the time has lead to delays in the progress of science that can last for decades.

Administrator · Mar 24 '12 · Tags: lhc, physics, prespacetime, success
p-Adic Square Root Function and p-Adic Light-cone (by Matti Pitkänen): Abstract: The argument of the article demonstrates that the extension allowing square roots of ordinary p-adic numbers is 4-dimensional for p < 2 and 8-dimensional for p = 2. The region of convergence of the p-adic square root function can be regarded as the counterpart of light-cone.

Physical Time Is Run of Clocks in Timeless Space (by Amrit S. Sorli)

Abstract: Recent neurological research shows that psychological time “past-present-future” is a result of neuronal dynamics of the brain. Through the psychological time we experience motion in the universe. Puzzle with time in physics is that in the universe we can perceive only motion and not time. Here is proposed that physical time t is run of clocks. Fourth coordinate X4=c*i*t is spatial too. X4 is composed out of imaginary number i, light speed c and number t that is indicating “thick” of clocks in space. Precisely time t is not fourth dimension of the space, time t is a third component of the fourth dimension of space. Fourth dimension is not temporal, forth dimension is spatial too. Clocks run in space only and not in time. There is no physical time behind run of clocks. Clock/time is a measuring system for physical events in space that is timeless.

Ornamental Sign Language in the First Order Tracery Belts (by Modris Tenisons, Dainis Zeps)

Abstract: We consider ornamental sign language of first order where principles of sieve displacement, of asymmetric building blocks as base of ornament symmetry, color exchangeability and side equivalence principles work. The generic aspects of sieve and genesis of ornamental pattern and ornament sign in it are discussed. The hemiolia principle for ornamental genesis is introduced. The discoverer of most of these principles were artist Modris Tenisons [4, 5, 6, 7 (refs. 23, 24), 8 (ref. 65)]. Here we apply systematical research using simplest mathematical arguments. We come to conclusions that mathematical argument in arising ornament is of much more significance than simply symmetries in it as in image. We are after to inquire how ornament arises from global aspects intertwinned with these local. We raise argument of sign’s origin from code rather from image, and its eventual impact on research of ornamental patterns, and on research of human prehension of sign and its connection with consciousness.

Simulating Space and Time (by Brian Whitworth)

Abstract: This paper asks if a virtual space-time could appear to those within it as our space-time does to us. A processing grid network is proposed to underlie not just matter and energy, but also space and time. The suggested "screen" for our familiar three dimensional world is the inner surface of a four-dimensional hyper-sphere bubble. Light waves and matter travel on this surface in directions defined by its architecture. Time derives from its processing sequences, as movies run static states together to emulate events. Yet what is proposed to exist is not the static states but the dynamic processing between them, with quantum collapse the irreversible event giving time its direction. In this virtual reality, empty space is null processing, directions are node connections, time is processing cycles, light is an information wave, objects are information tangles and energy is information in transfer. This strange interpretation suits a world where empty space is not empty, directions warp, time dilates, light never tires, existence smears and energy is the common currency of all interactions.

The Possibility for Answers from Physics (by Jonathan J. Dickau): Abstract: When considering the question of what is possible to learn in Physics, we are grappling with issues of what is known, what is unknown, and what is knowable. To an extent, this involves weeding out meaningless or misleading questions and nurturing those questions which will lead us to a greater understanding of what is happening in the universe. But often such a determination rests on finding a broad enough framework to accommodate known factors emerging from different disciplines. It is my belief that it is overly simplistic to seek ideas that reconcile Relativity and Quantum Mechanics in the form of a Quantum Gravity Theory, if what we really require is a broader framework. This paper offers thoughts on what shape that framework must have, and how we can pin down the details of its structure. Ultimately; this reveals something about the limits of what is knowable by studying Physics, and what we can learn from Science in general.

This Time – What a Strange Turn of Events! (by Philip E. Gibbs)

Abstract: In relativity time is bound to space by the symmetries of spacetime. In the general theory the symmetry is covariance under diffeomorphisms but in string theory this extends to the full permutation group acting on spacetime events. This huge symmetry has profound implications for the nature of time, causality and the way we see our place in the universe.

Two Sides of Spin Concept (by Oleg S. Kosmachev)

Abstract: The notion of the spin is shown to have two constituents, as exemplified by the spin of the electron. The first one is related to the form of the wave equation and determines the fermion or boson particle type. This implies the spin taking strictly half-integer or integer number. The second side of spin manifestation is related to the physical nature of the spin of the electron (and the corresponding magnetic moment) in the interaction resulting in nonuniform motion. It is shown that in this manifestation spin is no more fixed constant.

Comparison of the Algorithmic and Axiomatic Approaches to the Construction of Quantum Field Theory (by Alexander G. Kyriakos)

Abstract: Two possibilities of the quantum theory construction, indicated by Feynman, are examined. The special features of the structure of the Standard Model (SМ) are enumerated, which attest to the fact that SM is not an axiomatic, but an algorithmic theory. Deficiencies of SM and possibilities of overcoming these deficiencies are indicated. The structure of the nonlinear quantum field theory (NQFT) as an axiomatic theory, which makes it possible to overcome deficiencies in the Standard Model, is presented.

Is the Doubly Special Relativity Theory Necessary? (Golden G. Nyambuya)

Abstract: Giovanni Amelino-Camelia (2002) has proposed a theory whose hope (should it be confirmed by experiments) is to supersede Einstein's 1905 Special Theory of Relativity (STR). This theory is known as the Doubly Special Relativity (DSR) and it proposes a new observer-independent scale-length. At this scale, it is agreed that a particle that has reached this scale-length, has entered the Quantum Gravity regime. According to the STR, observers will, in principle, not agree on whether or not a particle has reached this length hence they will not agree as to when does a particle enter the Quantum Gravity regime. This presents the STR with a "paradox." Amongst others, the DSR is fashioned to solve this "puzzle/paradox." We argue/show here, that the STR already implies such a scale-length it is the complete embodiment of the STR, thus we are left to excogitate; Is the Doubly Special Relativity theory necessary?

Administrator · Mar 22 '12 · Tags: lhc, physics, prespacetime, success
Prespacetime Journal has just published V2(13) entitled "Hints of Higgs Boson at 125 GeV Are Found: Congratulations to All the People at LHC!" at We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit the journal website to review articles and items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in and support of PSTJ.


Huping Hu

PSTJ Editor
QuantumDream, Inc.

Prespacetime Journal
Vol 2, No 13 (2011): Hints of Higgs Boson at 125 GeV Are Found:
Congratulations to All the People at LHC!
Table of Contents

Special Reports
Refined Higgs Rumours
        Philip E. Gibbs

Higgs Boson Live Blog: Analysis of the CERN Announcement
        Philip E. Gibbs

Has CERN Found the God Particle? A Calculation
        Philip E. Gibbs

Electron Spin Precession for the Time Fractional Pauli Equation
        Hosein Nasrolahpour

GR Articles
Plane Wave Solutions of Weakened Field Equations in a Plane Symmetric
        Sanjay R. Bhoyar,        A. G. Deshmukh

Plane Wave Solutions of Field Equations of Israel and Trollope’s Unified
Field Theory in V5
        Gowardhan P. Urkude,        Jyotsna K. Jumale,        Keshao D. Thengane

If the LHC Particle Is Real, What Is One of the Other Possibilities than the
Higgs Boson?
        Huping Hu,        Maoxin Wu

What is Reality in a Holographic World?
        James Kowall

Searching for Earth’s Twin
        Philip E. Gibbs

Prespacetime Journal
Administrator · Dec 28 '11 · Tags: 125 gev, higgs boson, lhc, atlas, cms
Author/Compiler: Tihomir Dimitrov (; also see


Nobel Prize: I. I. Rabi (1898-1988) won the 1944 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the magnetic properties of atomic nuclei.

Nationality: Austrian; later American citizen

Education: Ph.D. in physics, Columbia University, 1927

Occupation: Professor of Physics at Columbia University (1937-1988)


1. “Physics filled me with awe, put me in touch with a sense of original causes. Physics brought me closer to God. That feeling stayed with me throughout my years in science. Whenever one of my students came to me with a scientific project, I asked only one question, ‘Will it bring you nearer to God?’ ” (I. I. Rabi 1999, Physics Today).

2. “The first verses of Genesis were very moving to me as a kid. The whole idea of the Creation - the mystery and the philosophy of it. It sank in on me, and it’s something I still feel.

There’s no question that basically, somewhere way down, I’m an Orthodox Jew. My early upbringing, so struck by God, the Maker of the world, this has stayed with me.” (Rabi, as cited in John S. Rigden, Rabi: Scientist and Citizen, Harvard University Press, 2000, 21).

3. “Rabi’s Orthodox upbringing had given him a feeling for the mystery of physics, a taste for generalization, and a belief in the profundity and underlying unity of nature.

‘When you’re doing physics, you’re wrestling with a champ,’ he liked to say. ‘You’re trying to find out how God made the world, just like Jacob wrestling with the angel.’ Physics brought Rabi nearer to God because the world was His creation. And like God, physics was infinite and certainly not trivial.” (Brian VanDeMark, Pandora’s Keepers: Nine Men and the Atomic Bomb, Little Brown & Co., 2003, ch. 1).

4. In his article “Isidor Isaac Rabi” (Physics World, November 1999) John Rigden wrote:

“To Rabi, physics, like religion, springs from human aspirations, from the depths of the soul, from deep thinking and deep feeling. For Rabi, doing great physics was walking the path of God.” (Rigden 1999, 31).


According to CERN - the European Organization for Nuclear Research, "[o]ur understanding of the Universe is about to change..." by the Large Hadron Collider. This is certainly true.

The key to this change is whether LHC will discover the Higgs Boson of the Standard Model or any Higgs Boson. According to Dr. Philip E. Gibbs who has done tremendous work to keep both the scientific community and general public informed, "Higgs boson hints are still alive. What is particularly interesting now is the bump at 140 GeV. Some people said that this excess came mostly from the WW channel, yet when the WW channel is removed the bump is still there with nearly 2-sigma significance. The two bumps peaking at 118 GeV and 128 GeV are also the right size for a Higgs signal but error bands are still too big. Any of these bumps could be statistical fluctuations but it is very unlikely that they all are. With current data available in the high-resolution channels it is not yet possible to draw robust conclusions, but I think I have demonstrated that this will be the best way to find the Higgs with future data. I hope the experimenters will take note and produce similar plots from the official data. Updated results with 2.5/fb could appear within weeks and we will see where the three candidate bumps are heading."

The absence of Higgs Boson will have dramatic effect on our understanding of the Universe. In that case, we have to rebuild our models of particle physics from scratch.

It should be pointed out here that Higgs boson was dubbed as the “God Particle” by Leon Lederman and hyped as such by the media. To many of us, Higgs boson should not be called the “God Particle. The genuine “God particle” should have at least the following explanatory powers:

a) Explanation of the creations of bosons and fermions; b) Explanation of gravitatonal force; c) Explanation of the strong force; d) Explanation of the weak force; e) Explanation of the electromagnetic force; f) Explanation of the origin of the Universe; g) Explanation of or relation to Consciousness; and h) Etc.

We are in the super-connected Age of Internet and technological wonders made possible through science. There is no doubt that we are also at the dawn of a brave New World in particle physics and science overall. Every genuine truth seeker should seize this moment. What we have witnessed so far is the rise of collaborative spirit in physics. We urge all genuine truth seekers to work together to make the brave New World a reality.

Huping & Maoxin

September 22, 2011

Huping Hu · Sep 22 '11 · Tags: lhc, higgs boson, god particle