High Energy Particle Physics


The Origin of Matter

Authors: John R. McWhinnie

Abstract. Here we present a very original and indeed radical theory which departs greatly from the physics of the last half century. The standard model has failed to answer some of the most simplest questions of our state in the universe. Like other theories before it, it is time for a radical re-think of the entire direction of our current physical theories. If we keep going along the same old path it will lead no-where , one can only drive a square peg into a round hole for so long. What causes particles to have charge? The force that can cause them to attract each other or repel. It seems a simple question but you can look up all the text books in existence and you will not find the answer. I know as I have tried. The fact is that no-one on this planet has an answer for, what you would think is a simple question that any physicist could answer, but you would be wrong. That is one of the fundamental reasons for this paper. I began to realize that in physics we could not answer the simplest of question regarding our existence yet at the same time physicists claim to be near a theory, the Standard Model that will describe the whole of reality and that they were most of the way there. Of course it cannot be true and until we can answer the question ”‘what causes charge”’ and a host of other simple questions we really cannot back grandiose claims for our level of understanding of our reality. That and other factors inspired me to attempt to write this paper and I hope I can answer the question ”‘what causes charge”’.

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