Authors: Victor Paromov
The Standard Model (SM) is the best present theory of elementary particle interactions. Unfortunately, the SM cannot be unified with the theory of general relativity (GR) and has a number of ad hoc parameters. A certain ultimate unifying theory “beyond the SM” is long time expected. The present letter analyzes the SM from the materialistic philosophical position and shows the fundamental inconsistencies within the elementary set of particles. In order to be truly elementary, all the particles in this set should be stable and “unbreakable”, which requires the set reduction. It is logical to expect that the successful unification concept will support the proposed reduction the elementary set. Unfortunately, no quantum field theory can support such reduction, on the contrary, all those theories expected to replace the SM including string theories actually tend to increase, not decrease the number of elementary particles. The modified Einsteinian concept of curved spacetime, the General Principe of Interaction (GPI) proposed recently actually supports the proposed reduction. The GPI-based unification allows, in general, combining the quantum field mathematical descriptions of the particle interactions (methodologically similar to the SM) with the classic field descriptions of the gravitation (the GR). In addition, this approach is shown useful in solving the number of important philosophical problems of quantum physics.
Comments: 12 pages, 3 figures
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