Re: Turtles, turtles, turtles... (was Re: Creationists)

Hara Ra (
Mon, 29 Jun 1998 22:48:27 -0700

>Thanks to Heisenberg, virtual particles with large mass can emerge if
>they vanish fast enough (Delta E * Delta T >= hbar). So theoretically
>the "universe particle" could appear and disappear. But it doesn't
>strike me as a likely constituent of stable matter. Maybe one could
>postulate "screening effects" like those surrounding charged particles
>that would make stable universe particles appear as low-mass
>particles, but it doesn't sound likely.

As the Big Bang theory is popular these days, it is obvious that the
Universe Particle is not stable.....

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