Trying to define the dynamics of the Higgs Field
in physical field theory (see *Scientific American*,
11/86) could be equivalent to attempting to visualize
the interactions of words in a Mallarmean poem such
as Coup de Des ("A throw/ of the dice/will never alter/
Chance"). Perhaps the structure of the poem holds
together, on a theoretical plane, similar to the way
matter hold its form, on a theoretical plane. The limits
of such theory are only defined by already known and
visualizable forms of structural interaction (c.f.
Arthur I. Miller).
Machine #4 (click here) (Collaboration with Toni Simon)
(*Thought Machine* series originally published in *Generator*)