Is there any way to approach to some kind of explanation for inertia,from higgs field?
How much quantum field theory do you know?
I don’t know I’ve just finished my B.Sc quantum physics
Then I fear there is no good description. There are various analogies around but I don't think any of them accurately describes what is going on.
Thank you anyways
Even if there was no Higgs field, proton and neutron would still have mass.
Because of the constituent quarks’ confinement energy?
Can a static particle have mass in the Higgs scenario then?
Sure (with the usual caveats for what "static" means). Electrons for example have mass.
Static to my mind would mean quasi-0 K temperature...it this the generally accepted meaning?
Individual particles do not have a temperature.
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