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However, quantum uncertainties in the positions of the clock and the mirror introduce an inaccuracy 61 in the distance measurement. We expect the clock and the mirror to contribute comparable uncertainties to the measurement. Let us concentrate on the clock and denote its mass by m. Wigner argued that if it has a linear spread 61 when the light signal leaves the clock, then its position spread grows to 61 fil(mc61)-' when the light signal returns to the clock, with the minimum a t 61 = (hl/mc)'/2.
So we conclude that we live in a phase without a condensate of new bound states. We have previously2 given a weak argument in favour of the phase with a condensate emerging in the early Universe out of the Big Bang. However, even if it were valid, one could imagine that a phase transition occurred, in our part of the Universe, from a metastable phase with a bound state condensate into the present one without a condensate. A phenomenological signal for such a phase transition would be the slight variation of various coupling constants, on a very large scale, from region to region in cosmological space and time.
23 single t quark. In this casc the u-channel gluon contribution should equal that of the t-channel. 0/2 = 8 from the Higgs particle. This leads to an increase of E b i n d i n g by a factor of = (3/2)2, giving our final result: (y)2 We are now interested in the condition that this bound state should become tachyonic, m&,und< 0, in order that a new vacuum phase could appear due to Bose-Einstein condensation. For this purpose we consider a Taylor expansion in g: for the mass squared of the bound state, crudely estimated from our non-relativistic binding energy formula: miound = (12mt)2- 2 (12mt) X Ebinding -k ...