Where does the Higgs boson its mass and what is right?

I've read that the Higgs boson's mass of the electroweak symmetry calculation or by themselves or by Higgs field gets and the one does not know how it gets its mass. My question is therefore what is true in the case then? Can the Higgs particles get their mass from themselves and what does that mean for the case?

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I've read that the Higgs boson's mass of the electroweak symmetry calculation [...] gets

Yes

or that you do not know how it gets its mass.

but

for a simplified model I once caught it together here:

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The Higg boson pulls his Masser from the background radiation. E = mc ^ 2 means the mass is just a form of energy. The process, which is called "Nothing" arise from a vacuum or particles to Quantenfluktuation.Das Higgboson therefore does not infringe the principle of energy conservation.

Lg

Date: 2012-08-26 Views: 0

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