I read through two papers by Comay – he arrives at contradictions in the Klein Gordon equation, in the UFT papers we have pointed out many more errors. The U(1) sector is riddled with contradictions. The standard model crowd obviously does not use honest scholarship, not only do they not cite scholarship, they make futile attempts to block papers. All of this has been completely broken open by websites and blogs. In the book by Lewis Ryder, “Quantum Field Theory”, the lagrangian discussed by Comay is given in eq. (3.83) of the second edition, (1996). It uses the covariant derivative of the U(1) gauge invariance which I have shredded repeatedly since 1992, so have the Horwitz group, Barrett, the Lehnert group, the Harmuth group, the AIAS group and many others. The Euler Lagrange equation discussed by Comay are given on the foot of Ryder’s page 96. However it leads to a Proca type equation (3.89) of Ryder. This means a photon with mass. So the Klein Gordon field interacts with the electromagnetic field if and only if the photon has mass. In the Higgs rubbish it does not have mass. However, this entire method was shredded completely with the work in UFT131 ff. based on antisymmetry. The Higgs crowd try and fail to cover that up because antisymmetry shows that there is no Higgs boson. It is a far more powerful argument than that used by Comay. Politicians are too corrupt and inert to stop the Higgs circus. So it is left to real scholars to develop real physics. Any argument that refutes the U(1) sector refutes the Higgs boson automatically. Vigier’s work on photon mass refutes the Higgs boson in any number of ways, so does any work that uses finite photon mass, for example that of de Broglie. I would say that physics has been hijacked by self seekers and shallow propagandists, and that democracy is in danger of going the same way. Obviously, no real scholar accepts the CERN propaganda.
In a message dated 11/07/2012 12:01:58 GMT Daylight Time, writes:
This is very interesting. One thing missing is reference to your work but you can address this and connect the approaches in follow up papers. I saw an internet site once dedicated to jokes about the Higgs boson – soon this is all that will be left!