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@Icosahedron Perhaps you're unaware of it thus far, but viXra is not something you should put a lot of trust in. If I wrote a brilliant paper on the expected observations in the CMB from the existence of dark matter during inflation and posted it on arXiv, it might be lauded. If I then posted that same paper on viXra, it would then instantly lose most of its credibility.
As I said months ago. Finding a good paper on viXra is like finding a delicious piece of chocolate cake in a pile of used diapers at the dump. Sure it's chocolate cake, but when found among garbage, it becomes garbage. Would you eat that cake? No, doesn't matter that nothing got on it, you found it with used diapers. Delicious or no, nobody would eat it.
Or as Seinfeld put it, "adjacent to refuse is refuse"
@vzn I know full well that arXiv has crackpots. arXiv is generally chocolate cake with a rare piece of used toilet paper. viXra is generally used toilet paper with a rare piece of cake. Which do you want to get your dessert from?
@NeuroFuzzy @Icosahedron The simple propagator has a pole at the 4-momentum associated with the mass of the physical particle it describes. The corrected propagator has poles at momenta corresponding to masses of all multi-particle states. cf. Källen-Lehmann representation.