Quantum Gravity and String Theory


W and Z Boson Weak Force and Weak Charge in Granular Spacetime

Authors: Michael John Sarnowski

This paper shows the magnitude of the weak force and weak charge with calculations and makes predictions of the weak charge. It also postulates that the weak force may be a result of w boson pairs and z boson pairs. Tommaso Dorigo discusses W boson pairs [2]. The equations to derive a value of weak charge to elementary charge in this paper seem to imply that weak charge, of .076447, may be the result of W boson pairs or perhaps .071776 of a Z boson pairs. This paper uses the cuboctahedron structure shown in “Proton Electron Universe and Their Directions of Force”[1]. We also show that the ratio of weak charge and elementary charge are simply the square root of the mass of the neutron to the mass of two times the w boson or perhaps two times the z boson or a combination of these two numbers.

Comments: 7 Pages. Corrected Typos

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[v1] 2018-10-09 20:02:35
[v2] 2018-10-10 08:36:39

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