Re The FAQ

It may be difficult to separate "theory" from "application," but let''s see if this helps facilitate the discussion.
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Re: Re The FAQ

Post by Steven Sesselmann » Thu Dec 22, 2016 3:55 am

Daniel,

The bottom Sigma particle has a lifetime of 8*10E-11 so I haven't considered it to be a stable particle, the heaviest stable particle I am aware of is the proton, and protons are not hard to find in nature, no LHC required to make one. Charge is not a function of mass, it just tells us weather a half spin particle is above or below us.

I am speculating that particles with half spin are half waves and particles with spin 1 are full standing waves, such that hydrogen then becomes a full standing wave where the crest is the proton and the trough is the electron and the centre of rotation is ground potential.

Steven

PS: I haven't been able to explain the quark model yet, I'm still finding it difficult to understand how quarks can be real and at the same time never observed.
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