If in the LHC a particle interacts with another does that information get transmitted to the other side of that particle in a zero time frame. If there is nothing to compress?
Even though the two particles don't actually touch, their interactions pass on that information from 1 side of the field to another, is this passing on, from one side of the particle to another in a zero time frame or is there an internal compression of the particle?
Obviously it is above your comprehension so the question goes out to anyone else.
Particles have zero volume so I don't know that it makes any sense to talk about different sides of particles.