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Is the Higgs field part of space?

So I looked for some explanations, how I understand it so far is that the Higgs field causes particles to have mass by drag, like drag force in water, which prevents objects from moving at the speed ...
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Were fermions ever massless?

In a discussion of the Standard model and Higgs mechanism it was claimed that accordingly: "During an early phase of the cosmos all fermions were massless." I wonder whether this claim can be ...
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Photon temperature above Electroweak Symmetry Breaking (EWSB) transition

In discussions of the history of our Universe, photon temperature is substituted for time. As the Universe cools, phase transitions break symmetries, including electroweak symmetry. Why does it make ...
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Topological Solitons and the Higgs Condensate entanglement

While focusing on resolutions to the Firewall controversy, and the possible implications of the Higgs field as it relates to the issue, the possibility of using EPR correlations in the Higgs ...
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Higgs field existence and zero energy

If the Higgs field permeates all space, why some claim, that total universe energy equals (or is very close to) zero?
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What does the discovery of Higgs boson mean for steady state theory?

The relationship between the steady state theory and the notion of Higgs boson is not clear to me. What does the discovery of Higgs boson mean for steady state theory? Or are the two ideas purely ...