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Topic: Could Quarks be 2-Dimensional (polygons?)
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Graham Cooper

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Could Quarks be 2-Dimensional (polygons?)
Posted: Jul 5, 2013 5:22 PM
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QUARKS = polygons - 5 strings

/\ 12
-- 3
\/ 45



UP UP DOWN

/\ /\ /\
-- -- --
\/ \/ \/


1 PROTON

_
/|\
/u|d\
----- FRONT
\ | /
\_/

_
/ \
/ u \
----- BACK - 120 DEGREES around circumference
\ /
\_/



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quark

I'm only a Wikipedia Particle Physicist!

They seem to be cycling around micro-tracks
and when they overlap they bounce into a
real particle apparition (at discrete separate
segments around the track)


Trying to work ou the 1/4 wavelength separation
repetitions of 2 cycling particles..

http://phpprolog.com/runner2.php



Herc
--
www.phpProlog.com




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