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Topic: why do trees cause gravity
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Sam Wormley

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Re: why do trees cause gravity
Posted: Jun 15, 2013 10:15 PM
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On 6/15/13 8:45 PM, James wrote:
> Higgs theory of gravity is fairly new. The Higgs field gives all
> particles mass.


Not really.


The Higgs boson(s) provide a mechanism to convey mass to *fundamental*
particle such as quarks, leptons and some other bosons.

Most of the mass of Baryons and Mesons comes from the vacuum energy.

m = E/c^2





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