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Discussion of "xigzo"

Comment #1: Potential Issues
Curtis W Franks (Tue Jan 14 00:51:06 2014)

Once again, I worry about taking up experimental gismu space, but this one
is fairly common in current (even popular) discourse, lacks simple way of
expression, and is fundamental to nature (just as much as electricity is).
All of the fundamental interactions and important verified facets thereof
deserve gismu in my opinion.

This word lends itself to the following rafsi, which I support, the latter
more than the former: xiz, xig.
(I wish that "gzo" could be included too...)

Comment #3: Re: Potential Issues
gleki (Sun Oct 12 23:20:27 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> Once again, I worry about taking up experimental gismu space, but this
one
> is fairly common in current (even popular) discourse, lacks simple way
of
> expression, and is fundamental to nature (just as much as electricity
is).
> All of the fundamental interactions and important verified facets
thereof
> deserve gismu in my opinion.
>
> This word lends itself to the following rafsi, which I support, the
latter
> more than the former: xiz, xig.
> (I wish that "gzo" could be included too...)



please, add an example filling all places of xigzo. Since jvs doesnt
allow adding translations will you please add translation in this thread?

Comment #2: Higgs Mechanism Explained, Somewhat
Curtis W Franks (Fri Jul 11 07:51:36 2014)

I found this explanation of the Higgs mechanism and thought that it might
be useful in discussions:
http://www.quora.com/Higgs-Field/What-is-the-Higgs-Mechanism/answer/Barak-
Shoshany

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