Thursday, 12 January 2012

Supersymmetry and broken symmetry

 


From The Hunt for Higgs: A Horizon Special.:

In the standard model symmetry rules. The laws are dictated - really - in their form by requiring tremendous amounts symmetry. That's how we found them.

Paradox:
If the laws of science are framed in their most perfect most symmetrical form, than  life cannot exist at all.  

A universe created along absolute symmetric principles would be in perfect balance and would cancel itself out. There'd be no mass, Higs - or matter at all.
In short, 
broken symmetry creates
imperfection is productive





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