The Standard Model presumes that there are two different types of neutral kaons, i.e., short-lived KS kaons which decay to 2 pions and long-lived kaons KL which decay to 3 pions. This article shows that in reality there is only one type of neutral kaons. The lifetime of kaons depends on their velocity in the gravity field. The fast kaons have more energy, more lifetime and therefore they can decay to 3 pions. If the fast kaons slow down they lose energy and therefore can decay only to 2 pions.
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