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quantamagazine.org/20140827-quark-quartet-fuels-quantum-feud/
“The thing you call the ‘quark’ might have quark-antiquark pairs and glue and all the rest built into it,”

 

 


We have right handed neutrino vacuum. The vertical direction is the time dimension.

The particles are contact area of the space-time bubbles.

If we reverse the direction of spin of one blister, we get a virtual pair of quarks.One up and anti-up pair of particles.

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We can do spin up one of bubble, we will get D antiD quarks.

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or virtual electron- positron pair.

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And we can do lot of things with it...

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I am not sure that isn't a misquote in the original article - there are grave meta-physical problems with something x1 containing itself x2 and something else y; cos the itself ie x2 is either not identical or it contains x3 and y2 and so on for as long as you fancy continuing.

 

If it isn't a misquote in the quanta article then it is so far out of context that the meaning has been lost

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So, what predictions does this new model make, such that it could be tested? (part of the guidelines for posting here)

 

Also, electrons are not made up of quarks. That's a whole other kettle of fish, and explanations that would be required — different interactions than quarks undergo.

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Very important.

You can not separate subquarks because the particles are contact points of two bubbles .


As point of contact of two spherical.Do you see a point but there is nothing without the spheres or with one sphere.



Secondly

This model can describe how to become a fermion from quark case of beta decay.

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Very important.
You can not separate subquarks because the particles are contact points of two bubbles .
As point of contact of two spherical.Do you see a point but there is nothing without the spheres or with one sphere.
Secondly
This model can describe how to become a fermion from quark case of beta decay.

 

 

What predictions does this new model make, such that it could be tested?

 

Also, quarks are already fermions. Beta decay doesn't change fermions into bosons, or vice-versa.

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