The Vanity of Life | 방명록 | 한국어 맞춤법

滇西小哥, 一个地道的云南妹子 (중국 운남성 여자 아이) 단상[斷想]

Today, let's talk about the two years I made the video.

It is Beginning of Winter, so we want to light a fire for roasting meat, and drinking wine

Make a special dish of Yunnan Bai nationality

Grind some Grandpa's favorite brown sugar sweet beancurd jelly, the family ate contentedly.

Autumn October, Rice Flower Fish Fertilizer, boil a pot of sour papaya fish


Cold Plantain Flowers Mixed and Dressed with Sauce, A plantain flower can be eaten this way.

Western Yunnan autumn: glistening yellow dried persimmon

Milli Vanilli - Girl You Know It's True 단상[斷想]

girl you know it's true (live)

Milli Vanilli - Girl You Know It's True (Ein Kessel Buntes 29.10.1988) (VOD)

Milli Vanilli - Girl I'm Gonna Miss You (Videoclip)

Milli Vanilli: The Biggest Hoax In Music History

Milli Vanilli - MTV Playback - Live in Concert

(+) Wikipedia - Milli Vanilli
(...) Milli Vanilli became one of the most popular pop acts in the late 1980s and early 1990s, with millions of records sold. However, their success quickly turned to infamy when Morvan, Pilatus, and their agent Sergio Vendero confessed that Morvan and Pilatus did not sing any of the vocals heard on their music releases. The duo ended up giving back the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. The group recorded a comeback album in 1998 titled Back and in Attack, but the album was shelved after Rob Pilatus died at the age of 32. (...)

My Sharona (drum cover by Sina) 단상[斷想]

My Sharona (The Knack); drum cover by Sina

Burn (Deep Purple); drum cover by Sina

Something (Beatles); cover by Avonlea and Sina

Michelle (Beatles Cover); Sina feat. Celi

Muse - Unintended (1999) 단상[斷想]

Muse - Unintended (1999)

Muse - Hysteria (2003)

Muse - Uprising (2009)

Muse - Psycho (2015)  (가사/해석)

Tish Hinojosa - Donde Voy

Tish Hinojosa & Marvin Dykhuis - Donde Voy

The Higgs Field, explained - Don Lincoln 단상[斷想]

The Higgs Field, explained - Don Lincoln

Without a doubt, the most exciting scientific observation of 2012 was the discovery of a new particle at the CERN laboratory that could be the Higgs boson, a particle named after physicist Peter Higgs. The Higgs Field is thought to give mass to fundamental, subatomic particles like the quarks and leptons that make up ordinary matter. The Higgs bosons are wiggles in the field, like the bump you see when you twitch a rope.

But how does this field give mass to particles?

If this sounds confusing to you, you're not alone. In 1993, the British Science Minister challenged physicists to invent a simple way to understand all this Higgs stuff. The prize was a bottle of quality champagne.The winning explanation went something like this:

Suppose there's a large cocktail party at the CERN laboratory filled with particle physics researchers. This crowd of physicists represents the Higgs field.

If a tax collector entered the party, nobody would want to talk to them, and they could very easily cross the room to get to the bar. The tax collector wouldn't interact with the crowd in much the same way that some particles don't interact with the Higgs field. The particles that don't interact, like photons for example, are called massless.

Now, suppose that Peter Higgs entered the same room, perhaps in search of a pint. In this case, the physicists will immediately crowd around Higgs to discuss with him their efforts to measure the properties of his namesake boson. Because he interacts strongly with the crowd, Higgs will move slowly across the room. Continuing our analogy, Higgs has become a massive particle through his interactions with the field.

So, if that's the Higgs field, how does the Higgs boson fit into all of this?

Let's pretend our crowd of party goers is uniformly spread across the room. Now suppose someone pops their head in the door to report a rumor of a discovery at some distant, rival laboratory. People near the door will hear the rumor, but people far away won't, so they'll move closer to the door to ask. This will create a clump in the crowd. As people have heard the rumor, they will return to their original positions to discuss its implications, but people further away will then ask what's going on. The result will be a clump in the crowd that moves across the room. This clump is analogous to the Higgs boson.

It is important to remember that

it is not that massive particles interact more with the Higgs field.

In our analogy of the party,

all particles are equal until they enter the room. Both Peter Higgs and the tax collector have zero mass. It is the interaction with the crowd that causes them to gain mass. I'll say that again. Mass comes from interactions with a field. So, let's recap.

A particle gets more or less mass depending on how it interacts with a field, just like different people will move through the crowd at different speeds depending on their popularity. And the Higgs boson is just a clump in the field, like a rumor crossing the room.

Of course,

this analogy is just that -- an analogy, but it's the best analogy anyone has come up with so far. So, that's it. That's what the Higgs Field and the Higgs boson is all about. Continuing research will tell us if we found it, and the reward will probably be more than just a bottle of champagne.

#. 관련 링크

(+) Standard Model (표준 모형)
(+) Mathematical formulation of the Standard Model
(+) Higgs mechanism (힉스 메커니즘)
(+) 물리학 교양 강좌 (강의 동영상 보기)
6. 빛의 매질과 특수상대성 이론
7. 일반상대성이론/ 블랙홀과 우주론
8. 양자역학/ 불확정성원리와 물질의 안정성
9. 에너지와 엔트로피
10. 양자현상1: 물질파의 간섭과 회절 , 터넬링
11. 스핀(SPIN)
12. EPR, 쉬뢰딩어의 고양이, 양자장론
13. 초끈이론과 게이지-중력이중성

#. 관련 포스트

(+) 2014-07-24  중력(Gravity)은
(+) 2013-10-05  재미있는 물리 공부, 시간 여행 (수정판)
(+) 2010-10-01  시간여행

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