SPIRITUALISM AND EXPLORING ANTI-MATTER IN THE UNIVERSE


An example of simulated data modelled for the ...
An example of simulated data modelled for the CMS particle detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Here, following a collision of two protons, a is produced which decays into two jets of hadrons and two electrons. The lines represent the possible paths of particles produced by the proton-proton collision in the detector while the energy these particles deposit is shown in blue. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

THE SPIRITUAL BEGINNING :

 

Spiritualism and Anti-Matter: Nobel Physics Laureate Samuel Chao Chung Ting born at Ann Arbor, Michigan on 27 January 1936 had received the Nobel Prize in Physics during 1976 along with Burton Richter. His work involved the discovery of a subatomic nuclear ‘MESON’ particle. He is the principal investigator for the international Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer that was installed on the International Space Station on 19 May 2011.

 

There is some evidence to suggest the possibility of existence of material that could be called Anti-Matter. It helps us to understand the structural and functional organization of Matter. The fact of the existence of relationships in the Universe to provide an internally beneficial relationship to the participants of such relationship shows that the Universe had a Spiritual Beginning. Because of the potency called Spiritualism or Spirituality, we have Chemical Elements with stable Atoms and they can form stable Molecules and bond together to exhibit stable properties and interact with each other in a manner that can be expected and be predicted. Everything that changes in this Universe is supported by the Unchanging, underlying Spiritual Principle. The flow of events in Time and Space have a Cyclical pattern and the flow is sustained by the Laws of Conservation of Mass, Energy, and Momentum. If Anti-Matter has been created, it has been safely removed, or placed at a distance without giving it the ability to interact with Matter. The fact of the existence of Life in the Universe suggests that the Universe had a Spiritual Beginning.

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THE NATURE OF SPIRITUAL MATTER :

Matter and anti-matter are almost identical, with the
same mass but opposite spin and energy charges. They
can form separate parts of some elementary particles but
if they are mixed together they are both destroyed
instantaneously. To create Living Matter, we need a Life Principle called Soul or Spirit that operates the structural and functional organization of that material substance. 

ANTI-MATTER UNIVERSE SOUGHT BY SPACE-BASED DETECTOR:

SPIRITUALISM AND EXPLORATION OF SPACE FOR ANTI-MATTER:Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer Payload Operations and Command Center at CERN, Geneva.

The International Space Station (ISS) is pictured on a computer monitor at the
Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) Payload Operations and Command Center
(POCC) at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Meyrin
near Geneva July 25, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Valentin Flauraud

By Robert Evans
GENEVA | Wed Jul 25, 2012 6:05pm EDT

GENEVA (Reuters) – A seven metric ton particle detector parked for over a year
on the International Space Station (ISS) aims to establish whether there is an
unseen “dark universe” woven into the cosmos, the scientist leading the project
said on Wednesday.

And the detector, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer or AMS, has already broken all records in registering some 17 billion cosmic rays and storing data on them for
analysis, Nobel physics laureate Samuel Ting told a news conference.

“The question is: where is the universe made from anti-matter?” said Ting.

“It could be out there somewhere far away producing particles that we could
detect with the AMS.”

Physicists say that the event 13.7 billion years ago that brought the
known universe into existence and has been dubbed the “Big Bang”
must have created equal amounts of matter and anti-matter. But then
anti-matter largely disappeared.

Why that happened is one of the great mysteries of the cosmos which
are being investigated through the AMS and scientific analysts back on the
ground at CERN, the European particle physics research center where
Ting spoke. The purpose of the AMS program, he said, “is to search for
phenomena that so far we have not had the imagination or the
technology to discover”.

Some researchers have suggested that the invisible “dark matter”
estimated to make up about 25 percent of the known universe could be
linked to anti-matter, but others say that is highly unlikely.

WAFTING VEIL

These scientists argue that anti-matter could not survive in the
close proximity to parts of the visible cosmos that latest
observations suggest dark matter occupies – sometimes like a
wafting veil between planets and stars.

Matter and anti-matter are almost identical, with the
same mass but opposite spin and energy charges. They
can form separate parts of some elementary particles but
if they are mixed together they are both destroyed
instantaneously.

Ting was speaking at a news conference with a team of
U.S. astronauts who took the detector, which was
developed and built at CERN, up to the ISS in May last
year on the last mission of the U.S. space shuttle Endeavour.

He said that so far the $2 billion detector, with its
powerful magnets that bend particles with positive
and negative charges in different directions, had functioned
perfectly and not one of its multiple backup systems had
its multiple backup systems had been needed so far.

Ting, a 75-year-old professor at the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology in Boston, supervises the research on the material
gathered from the AMS from CERN, guiding a team of
some 500 scientists in many countries, including Russia and China.

He is however cautious about how long it will take for real
discoveries to compare with the sighting announced this
month of a totally new particle, believed to be the
long-sought Higgs Boson, in CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.

The boson is part of a force called the Higgs Field that
turned the minute pieces of flying debris after the Big Bang
into solid matter, bringing them together to form galaxies, stars
and planets, and later life.

Asked when he expected to be able to report the first
indications of dark matter or of an anti-matter mirror universe,
Ting replied: “As late as possible,” explaining that the
analysis had to be done scrupulously and “step by step”.

It would be at least 50 years “before anyone would be
foolish enough to launch an experiment like this again”
now that the U.S. space program was shut down and current
Chinese and Russian spacecraft could not take a load like
the AMS, he said.

(Editing by Mark Heinrich)

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