Abstract

Twenty-first century Theoretical Physics in undergoing a major 'Paradigmatic Shift' due to the discovery of the 'Computational Unified Field Theory' (CUFT) – from the current 'Material-Causal' Paradigm underlying both 'Relativity Theory' (RT) and 'Quantum Mechanics' (QM) towards the CUFT's new 'ACausal Computation' Paradigm; As shown previously, this 'Paradigmatic Shift' is warranted based on Kuhn's (1962) well-known rigorous scientific criteria for the acceptance of a 'Paradigmatic Shift' in Science, which includes: a) The existence of a basic "theoretical inconsistency" between the "pillars" of a given scientific discipline –i.e., the basic theoretical inconsistency that exists between RT & QM. b) Existence of a series of "unexplained phenomena" which cannot be accounted for by the current Paradigm: the accelerated expansion of the physical universe is currently attributed to purel hypothetical "dark-matter" and "dark-energy" concepts (e.g., accounting for up to 85% of all mass and energy in the universe) – but they can't be verified empirically?!.

How to Cite
BENTWICH, Jehonathan. Testing the Computational Unified Field Theorys (CUFT) Differential-Critical Prediction/s: The Higgs-Boson Particle May Not Exist Continuously!. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, [S.l.], sep. 2018. ISSN 2249-4626. Available at: <https://journalofscience.org/index.php/GJSFR/article/view/2335>. Date accessed: 02 july 2022.