The particle itself would be just the grey threads (or strings) in the picture (no color and a lot thinner of course).
It would fit perfectly inside of a dodecahedron
Actual thread (or string) length is about one Ångström and it is fine enough where 10 threads (20 radii) could curl-up into the size of a neutron.
Modern physics is based on The Big Bang, Michelson Morley experiment, and Kaluza-Klein higher dimensions.Think about how much stuff is related to and or based on those three.
If someone is at MIT and their whole career is based on Inflation Theory do you really think they would let anything changed that? They would support the Big Bang with their last breathe.
The same thing goes for everyone else.
The main concern is not "figuring things out correctly" anymore... it is fame and career.
If any one of those three (BB, MM, KK) goes out the window, the whole thing goes... just like a house of cards and everything they have been doing becomes ridiculous.
Einstein was the smart one... he knew there was a field (actually a thread tension network
) in space so he called it Space-time, that fooled everyone and didn't go against anyone... everybody happy.
, Big Bang: Everything was in one spot (but that spot was everywhere) and now everything is expanding away from everything else equally (although some things must be racing faster than the speed of light?) Wacko!
, Michelson Morley: They only tested if the Earth is rushing through a medium, not if there is one (period). That's an erroneous constraint. Wacko!
, Kaluza-Klein: Higher Dimensions? Nah... what you see is what you get.
, SuperSymmetry: They think every particle has a much larger and heavier superpartner? Wacko!
It's already on the way out...
(easy to remember... BB. MM, KK, SS, all are doubled consonants)
, Higgs, they think there is a Higgs and they think they found it because of the weight? Wacko!
Two completely different things could weigh the same. And if you put an unknown substance on a scale there is absolutely no way to tell what it is because of its weight.
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