Authors: D. J. Pons
The outcomes of annihilation are known, including some of the intermediary products, and the process can be represented by Feynman diagrams and modelled mathematically. However the mechanisms of annihilation at a deeper fundamental level are unknown. How exactly does matter and antimatter convert into photons? How does mass change into energy? This paper develops an answer by providing a theory for the annihilation process based on mechanics derived from the cordus conjecture. The particular area under examination is the annihilation of an electron and antielectron (positron) to gamma photons. In this model matter and antimatter annihilate by transforming their field structures - called hyff - into those of the photon. The process is more one of remanufacture than destruction. The model proposes the stages of annihilation and identifies the mechanisms for each. The reverse of the process gives a physical description of leptogenesis: the creation of separate electron and antielectron particules out of two initial photons. It also explains why the proton and electron do not annihilate. We show that a deeper common mechanism exists for annihilation, leptogenesis, and bonding.
Comments: 21 pages
[v1] 22 Sep 2011
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