Higgs and other Bosons

At its most basic level Self-Field Theory (SFT) is a new field theory that sees particles as 'self-fields' including the higgs and other bosons. In other words the fields themselves are particles that have fields within them. This is like Einstein's famous equation concerning the equivalence between mass and energy E=mc², the relativistic kinetic energy of a particle of mass m. In the atom there are two basic sub-particles, the electron and the proton. Both of these 'particles' rotate around each other.  But each of these sub-atomic 'particles' has internal structure within them.  And just like atomic chemistry, there is structure within the various bosons within the atom that SFT calls 'photon chemistry'. This boson structure is similar to atomic physics; but it is fractal, recursive at many levels (perhaps inifinitely deep) below the photonic level.

Like the hydrogen atom where an electron and a proton are in balance; this balance is such that the motion of each particle is periodic. Each particle is able to have different types of forces acting upon it; the electron is electromagnetic and so it can have both electric and magnetic forces acting on it causing two rotations. In the case of the proton, this is a nuclear particle; it has an internal structure where three different types of forces act upon its motion; the internal structure in this case consists of three quarks that interact via the gluons acting within the nuclear region. But it also acts to balance the electromagnetic forces of the electron so it is able to balance out the two rotations of the electron. So while its internal motions balance its nuclear forces, its external motions balance the forces of the electron.

In the electromagnetic region within atoms (the outer annulus) there are photons bouncing back and forth between the proton and the electron; the photon is also electromagnetic and has an internal structure where two sub-photonic particles are in balance with each other, similar to the electron. Similarly the gluons inside the proton are able to move in three orthogonal directions they thus 'mediate' the forces within the proton.

The nuclear motion in normal atoms is more complex than the hydrogen atom because there can now be electrons within the nuclear region. These so-called weak electrons balance each proton's nuclear motions which has three rotations; when each electro-weak electron is radiated from a proton via a decay reaction it loses its ability to move in three directions and becomes an 'ordinary' electromagnetic electron moving with only two rotations.  According to SFT this indicates the neutrino is essentially a vibrational form of energy that when combined with an electromagnetic electron allows this electron to move in three rotations and react with protons within the nuclear region (see Chemists confirm the existence of new type of bond).

One interesting feature of the nuclear region of the proton, for example within hydrogen atom, is that it is essentially an annulus and not a spherical inner core as is commonly thought. When there is an electro-weak electron attached to the proton, the proton region (where it moves) is still an annulus while the weak-electron moves within the inner core of the atom.

Unlike the atom where the proton mass is about 1836 times the mass of the electron, within the photon the the two sub-photonic particles have equal mass.  Hence within the photon all energies are allowed () unlike the hydrogen atom and all other atoms where only certain frequencies are allowed.

The mathematics of SFT follows the classical method of solution of partial differential equations where a particular solution, a spinor in space-time, rexp^(jωt) is substituted into the equations. What eventuates is s spinorial solution similar but essentially different to the probability densities of quantum theory; in SFT the solution gives a dynamic motion for each particle. In the case of the electron and the proton for instance each particle performs two rotations orthogonal to each other. But other solutions are evident inside the nucleus where three orthogonal rotations occur. Higher order equations are also possible for the quarks and eventually all the other particles in the 'zoo' of particles known to particle physics.

The photon is actually a family of three similar structures with different orientations to each other creating three  types of interaction with matter: electric, magnetic and acoustic fields. Depending on the energy density of the region there are other possible interactions.

The gluon is similar except the three fields, electric, magnetic and acoustic (or vibrational) fields interact to form various types of gluons.

Name    Symbol  Field  Charge (e)  Spin Mass (GeV/c2)    Interaction  SFT structure  Internal particles                

Photon    γ       Electric            0                 1    >0        Electromagnetism    Bispinor     1 shell            2

Photon    γ      Magnetic        0                 1    >0        Electromagnetism    Bispinor     1 shell              2

Phonon    γ       Acoustic        0                 1    >0        Acoustics                  Bispinor     1 shell                2

W boson W−     W+             −1               1      80.4       Weak interaction        Bispinor      1 shell           2

Z boson   Z        Self              0                1   91.2       Weak interaction         Bispinor       2 shells          4

Gluon      g       Self               0                1      >0         Strong interaction   Trispinor     1 shell               3

Higgs      H0    Self               0                0     125.3        (not mass)               Trispinor    2 shells             6

Graviton  G  Self                 0                2      >0           Gravitation                 Bispinor      1 shell              2