Quantum Gravity and String Theory


MCS Physics Article 1 Particle

Authors: Meir Amiram

This is the first in a series of short articles disclosing MCS Physics. Here I present the logic leading to conclude that (i) there is an elementary mass eM, which is the smallest mass in existence (thus also the smallest bundle of reciprocal mass - energy conversion according to E=MC2), from a plurality of which any greater mass is composed; (ii) a fundamental mass particle (hereinafter abbreviated EMP for Elementary Mass Particle) exists, which caries the elementary mass eM; (iii) what we use to name elementary particles are actually composed constructions comprising multitudes of EMP; and (iv) Each EMP comprises a mechanism capable of receiving a particular input from its environment and of returning a particular output to the environment, within a particular time frame. The mechanism results in both: acquiring mass and generating gravity.

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[v1] 6 Jun 2011

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