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Topic: Can an indetectable thing physically exist? (in principle)
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: Can an indetectable thing physically exist? (in principle)
Posted: May 27, 2013 3:02 PM
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it'spretty much *all* formal math.; like,
the use of gluons as "carrier particles" between quarks,
like the use of "photons-as-massless-roskc-of-light,"
is perfectly representable, even though unnecessary;
til Fignewton & well after, *all* properties
oflight were explicitly wavy, and they still are so.

> appear to confirm virtual gluons in hadrons.



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