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Topic: Quark Theory
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Kevin

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Quark Theory
Posted: Feb 12, 2013 7:52 PM
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Quarks seem to essentially derive from infrared... What is essentially
quark theory is that it takes four quarks to pin down a grey wormhole
in the 'down' orientation... 'k, well, what if a wormhole turns into
the 'back' orientation? Well, that can't happen because then there
would have to be a seventh quark for the sake of left and right. So
who wants to argue since everyone who does quarks is in a game of
oneupmanship to prove who is a more sadistic sadist?

It might be the case that Fermilab can handle double torroidals but
there seems to be competing interests for the funtion that double
torroidals might fill. (shrug)



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