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Failure of Supersymmetry Theory Lends Support to Alternate Theory that May Also Explain UFO Technology

By Robert L. Schroeder 7-25-14

00_Slide_Scientific-American-May-2014The cover of the May 2014 Scientific American magazine proclaims that there is: “A Crisis in Physics”. The subtitle states: “If Supersymmetry Doesn’t Pan Out, Scientists Need a New Way to Explain the Universe”. What is this all about? Furthermore what possible connection could this crisis in physics have to UFO technology? In this article I will briefly explain the potential implications of these interesting developments in modern physics.

Recently I have had the opportunity to appear on two Cosmic Café shows with host Eric Brown and NorCal MUFON Director Ruben Uriarte to talk about my book titled “Solving the UFO Enigma: How Modern Physics is Revealing the Technology of UFOs”. One of the most important questions in modern physics that we talked about on the show is something called the hierarchy problem.

The hierarchy problem relates to the puzzle of why the gravity force is exponentially weaker than the other three forces of nature, namely: electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force. The hierarchy problem can also be equivalently stated as the question of why the masses of known subatomic particles are so small compared to the so called Planck mass which is the mass where gravity becomes as strong as the other forces. In quantum mechanics theory it is believed that subatomic particles will take on the highest mass possible in our universe via a process called quantum contributions.

Despite this prediction the known subatomic particles…  remain much lighter than would be expected.

There are two basic types of subatomic particles in nature which are the matter particles and force particles. Electrons, neutrinos and quarks are examples of matter particles. Quarks are subcomponents of particles found in the nucleus of atoms like protons and neutrons. Examples of force particles would be the photon that carries the electromagnetic force and the gluons which carry the strong Continue reading Failure of Supersymmetry Theory Lends Support to Alternate Theory that May Also Explain UFO Technology