How the Higgs Field Effects the Wave Propagation of Waves as Wavy Resembles a Sine Wave. Why Astronomical Particles have Relationship between Shape (Elliptical) and Orbit (Elliptical).


Prasenjit Debnath,



Astronomical Objects,Higgs Field,Graviton,Higgs Boson,Force Carrying Particle,


The space is filled with Higgs fields. As other fields like electric fields or magnetic fields, Higgs fields are of elliptical shape. Higgs fields are small individual fields represent a tiny part of space. Every adjacent Higgs Fields have opposite rotations, the repulsive force makes them to have unique identity for themselves which makes free space highly stable. Opposite rotation is the reason that any two Higgs fields do not mingle with each other to form larger field in free space, but under the influence of ordinary matter like Earth, Higgs fields change their orientations to be unidirectional to form a larger field called gravity. The larger the mass, the higher the number of Higgs fields to have unidirectional orientations. The force carrying particle Higgs Boson is responsible for Higgs field and the force carrying particle graviton is responsible for gravitational force. The unidirectional orientations of many small oval shaped Higgs Boson yields the graviton which has oval shape too. Thus, Higgs Boson and graviton are same force carrying particle acting differently at different situations. For example, stationary charge gives electric field where as moving charge gives magnetic field. The phenomenon of both is basically the same but looks different due to movement. Maxwell realized that the phenomenon of both is the same with the same force carrying particle but act differently at different situations. In this paper we will find, why wave propagations of waves are wavy. We will also find why the shape and orbit of astronomical objects are of similar pattern – elliptical or oval shape.


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