Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

A Possible Theory for Particle Composition of Matter Based on Only Three Functional Quantum Particles

Authors: Emmanuel Markakis, Christopher Provatidis

This work presents the possibility of revising the standard model of subatomic composition of matter, extending the “inverse square law” from gravity and electric fields to also the thermal effects. It is shown that assuming only three proposed particles and only three relevant interactions, simple explanations can be provided for all natural phenomena, particularly those in which the existing theory does not provide documental and convincing answers. The paper starts with the description of a unique reaction between two types of the proposed subatomic particles thus producing the so-called ‘thermions’ that finally form an elastic Cubic Energy Grid under mechanical stress. Then the existence of the three known phases of matter is explained. The meaning of ‘heat’ is redefined without focusing on the usual kinetic energy of atoms and molecules. The elimination of anomalies in a closed system is explained through an asymmetrical oscillation. Also, the paper attempts a new interpretation of the creation of the universe from a huge electric discharge based on the simultaneous creation of the three subatomic particles. It describes ‘monopoles’ as the first quantized agglomerates of pure energy and explains why they bound to form ‘dipoles’, which later progressively form larger agglomerates. In the sequence, it describes the crystallization as a first resistance line that the nature foresight to avoid the self-destruction of the universe. The paper closes with possible models of electron and positron as well as of neutron and proton based on only the three proposed subatomic particles. At the same time, the equivalent mass of a thermion as well as the quanta of positive and negative electric charges is determined.

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