High Energy Particle Physics


The Origin of Matter Part II the Fundamental Building Block the Photon

Authors: John R. McWhinnie

Abstract. This paper follows on from my paper entitled ”The Origin of Matter”. The two papers should be taken as one and thus this paper takes off where the other finished. In this paper we shall lay down the processes and the particles that lead to complex sub-atomic structures/particles. 1. Synopsis The starting point of this paper shall be the Quark particle that current theory predicts is the fundamental? (as far is presently known) building block of the PROTON and Hadrons in general, We shall challenge this view after giving a brief overview of the current accepted theory of the Quark as it refers to the Proton in the Standard model. After which we shall present our alternative theory which states that it is PHOTONS that are the fundamental blocks of the PROTON. It is probably a good time to remind the reader that the theory of the Quark is just that a theory as there is very little experimental evidence of their existence due to the fact that they are very tightly bonded ( a question AS TO WHY that cannot be answered) and , as to date none have been detected freely in order to examine them closer.

Comments: 34 Pages.

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[v1] 2012-05-31 09:48:30

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