|Apr27-12, 05:46 PM||#1|
Wimp detection? what if it is not by photon emission
what if the WIMP initiates photon capture instead of emission or absorbs an electron from orbital shells. If photon capture perhaps it emits a muon or tauon by mass release and/or absorbs the magnetic component of the energy system of the photon releasing only electric charge.
As well what if assuming an emission did occur that it occurred in the complex plane tranverse to the normal. Or generated torsion fields as a coincidence to spin impact if the electric charge does not transfer.
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