Authors: Julian Brown
In these preliminary notes we show that there exist null cone integral analogues of both the Dirac equation and the U(1) gauge field. We then explore a generalization of this idea through the introduction of a universal scalar, analogous to the lagrangian density of the Standard Model, from which all known particle equations of motion and interactions can be derived in principle, without recourse to either field derivatives or gauge degrees of freedom. The formulation suggests that at least some of the constants appearing in the Standard Model are related to cosmological quantities such as the total number and mass of particles on the past null cone, and that these are the origin of broken gauge symmetry.
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