According to CERN “gravity is not part of the Standard Model”

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According to CERN “gravity is not part of the Standard Model”

Postby admin » Fri Dec 18, 2015 1:44 pm


According to CERN “gravity is not part of the Standard Model”

In a paper on the CERN website entitled “The Standard Model” by Cian O’Luanaigh (2012-01-20) the author states …

Although not yet found, the “graviton” should be the corresponding force-carrying particle of gravity. The Standard Model includes the electromagnetic, strong and weak forces and all their carrier particles, and explains well how these forces act on all of the matter particles. However, the most familiar force in our everyday lives, gravity, is not part of the Standard Model, as fitting gravity comfortably into this framework has proved to be a difficult challenge.

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Re: According to CERN “gravity is not part of the Standard Model”

Postby inerratic » Thu Jul 07, 2016 11:53 pm

Amazing that the cutting edge scientists are not using Gravity. Maybe it's because, Einstein, through out the either theory when he thought the Michelson-Morley experiment disproved either. Actually it assumed a rotating earth. The experiment was flawed because the earth does not rotate.

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