Text Box: Reviewed 9 November 2007   
Requests for clarifications to eugenesittampalam (at) gmail.com – most welcome!
Text Box: The quantity referred to, in quantum mechanics, as 'spin' is sometimes regarded as the most 'quantum-mechanical' of all physical quantities, so we shall be wise to pay some attention to it. … For an electron, proton, or neutron, the amount of spin is always ħ/2, that is just one-half of the smallest possible value that Bohr originally allowed for his quantized angular momenta of atoms... and, in a sense, ħ/2 is itself the more fundamental basic unit.  
Roger Penrose (Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford), The Emperor's New Mind, Oxford University Press, NY, 1990; p 341
Text Box: In 1987 the European Muon Collaboration, which had been scattering muons off polarized protons at CERN, shocked the particles physics community with the announcement [J. Ashman et al., Phys. Lett. B 206, 364 (1988); Nucl. Phys. B 328, 1 (1989)] that little or none of the proton's spin can be attributed to the spins of its three constituent quarks... That report precipitated what became known as "the spin crisis." ...
WHERE DOES THE PROTON REALLY GET ITS SPIN?  Robert L. Jaffe (Professor of Physics, Center for Theoretical Physics, MIT), Physics Today, September 1995; pp 24-30
Text Box: Spin is a most basic property of matter. 
It is an intrinsic angular momentum carried by all of its constituent nucleons and electrons.
What gives these particles this seemingly incredible perpetual motion?
The answer shall no longer remain a mystery, nor observations a crisis, in physics.
Text Box: Recently a number of theoretical physicists have been playing with the idea that what we usually call the universe, the expanding cloud of galaxies that extends in all directions for at least tens of billions of light years, is merely a subuniverse, a small part of a much larger megauniverse consisting of many such parts, in each of which what we call the constants of nature... may take different values. Perhaps even what we now call the laws of nature will be found to vary from one subuniverse to another. 
Steven Weinberg, Dreams of a Final Theory, Vintage, UK (1993); p 29
Text Box: The God Particle
The Radiaton

To the physical man, the conditions at the extremities of space and time are beyond observation. 
Therefore, they will remain always speculative.
The cause for mass-energy and its asymmetry of movement is outside the realm of physics. 
Therefore, they will remain always metaphysical. 
 
 But, then: 

 We see the order of things in and around us and call it the natural order. 
And this observational domain of ours is finite. That is to say, the space and time of our observation have bounds.

Therefore, at the extremities of our space and time, our natural order would interface with another order (or series of orders). 
And all that is outside our observational limits will then be explained by this outside order, or extranatural order. 

In the realm of this extranatural order, the fundamental physical laws, and hence the physics and the logic,
will be different to our own – since the extranatural order would account for all that is beyond our finite order. 
In other words, the extranatural order will be superior to our natural order, or a supernatural order. 

 The radiaton of our observable order interfaces with this unobservable outside order. 
In other words, the radiaton bridges the gap between the natural and the supernatural.

And do we not also glimpse in the radiaton what we would call an extension of the supernatural, or an attribute of godhead: Perfect and eternal; of energy transcending space and time and even human comprehension; encoding very possibly the secrets of life and of the mind itself; bridging the abyss between the natural order and the supernatural order –

a truly “God” particle?
Text Box: The radiaton, in all probability, carries within it the "software" for all of biology.
(It could well be an immeasurably small asymmetry of motion that become manifest only collectively in radiaton clusters.)
The physical man is merely a finite number of these radiatons.
Collectively, these radiatons in man are able to lift his eyes to the heavens 
and cause his lips to produce three of the simplest – yet stunning – words in mindful enquiry:

Who am I?

The very fact that a product, in turn, could produce such an output...
speaks far more convincingly than the countless volumes man already has on The Maker.
THE UNIFICATION OF PHYSICS ILLUSTRATIONS
A Synopsis The Cosmos The Spin
ADDENDA The Cosmological Redshift The Neutrino
Two-Slit Tests The Galaxy Nuclear Reactions
NASA Tests Gravity The Sun
KamLAND Test Anti-Gravity The Pulsar
UCLA Test Relativity Superconductivity
Q and A Mass-Energy Fusion Energy
 Eugene Sittampalam
 9 November 2007