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paulpaine
2006-Nov-27, 04:21 AM
Where do gravitons go? The same place your imagination reaches ... Where is that? Turn the page...or the plane...to the next chapter

Wher have all the Gravitons gone :dance: long time passing?

antoniseb
2006-Nov-27, 10:57 AM
Hi paulpaine, welcome to the BAUT forum.

I've moved your post to Q&A. UT Story Comments is for comments about specific UT stories.

Kaptain K
2006-Dec-02, 04:19 PM
Wher have all the Gravitons gone :dance: long time passing?
Gone for Higg's bosons, everyone. :whistle:

trinitree88
2006-Dec-02, 07:15 PM
Where do gravitons go? The same place your imagination reaches ... Where is that? Turn the page...or the plane...to the next chapter

Wher have all the Gravitons gone :dance: long time passing?

paulpaine;873082 As Z0 bosons in the form of neutrino/antineutrino pairs, either as electron-type, or muon type, or tau type, and of energy less than 1.022Mev per pair qualify as gravitons according to Nobel Laureate George Gamow....they're everywhere around you. Since they couple universally to all the members in the Standard Model of particle physics...they're also pretty busy. :think: Pete