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May14-08, 06:14 PM
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Quote Quote by Buckeye View Post
I have not referred to any particular particles. I'm simply asking if Feynman's statement is true or not?
I already told you that Feynman statement is still valid, independently of which type of mass you are interested in. I do not ask you whether you refer to any specific or "particular" particle. I ask you whether you refer to fundamental particles, like e.g. quarks, and by contradistinction to, for instance, the proton.

The Higgs mechanism allows you to have massive fundamental particles in the standard model.