My statement that the Higgs particle does not exist is based on three arguments.
The first argument concerns the non requirement of the existence of particles anyhow. The second argument is related to the difference between an exogenous process and an endogenous process; this difference should be respected and not be disregarded. The third argument concerns the question of what mass is really all about.
As explained in post 8 the frequency (= energy = mass) of radiation waves increases if time delays, whereas the opposite happens if time accelerates. This continuous gravitational process (gravitation is the consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time) makes sure that energy can only be emitted or absorbed to a certain extent. Therefore the amount of energy that can be emitted or absorbed is finite because of the self-regulating mechanism of the continuous relation between mass and time. Consequently the basis of quantum physics, the hypothesis of Max Planck is unsettled. In other words, there is no wave-particle duality, there are waves only.
As explained in post 9 the mass of a body subjected to acceleration, increases. The mass of a body decelerating decreases. On the other hand the mass of a body subjected to time-acceleration, decreases, whereas the mass of a body subjected to time-delay, increases. This means that the results of the accelerator processes carried out in the LHC are biased by the mass increments. It’s time one starts to interpret what happens in the LHC in terms of waves only, taking account of the different aspects and effects of the exogenous and endogenous processes involved.
As explained in post 12, there is a steady ratio between frequency and wavelength. This means that if the frequency increases, the wavelength shortens proportionally and vice versa. In a Black Hole for instance the wavelength of matter waves is extreme short due to the enormous gravitational pull/time-delay, attended by an extreme high frequency.
Any change of time (slower/faster) is attended by a change of mass (increase/decrease). This relation between mass and time is an indication of gravitational strength.
So we can conclude that gravitational mass as a quantitative measure of the magnitude of gravitational force is a function of time.
Mass as quantitative measure of an object’s resistance to the change of its speed is a function of time also as explained under Ad 1 and Ad 2.The processes of mass decrease/increase (energy emission/absorption) are controlled by the self-regulating mechanism of the continuous relation between mass and time.
Inertia is a matter of time. Time rules the waves.