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Elementary Particles, Part H-3 - Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors: Some Advanta

Published on 2/24/2017
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Elementary Particles, Part H-3 - Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors: Some Advantages

In this series of PRs I am focusing on a question that has intrigued mankind for millennia, and that question is "What is the World Made Of?" In Parts A and B we looked at the history of proposed answers to this question, eventually arriving at the present theory of quarks, leptons and force carriers, which combined is known as "The Standard Model". In Parts C and D we saw how a new particle model - the ABC Preon Model - can model nature's particles in a way that is different from the Standard Model. In part E we looked at neutrinos, quarks and weak interactions in the ABC Preon Model, in part F we looked at preonic masses, and in Part G we investigated additional high energy physics (HEP) experiments. In part H we will compare the ABC Preon Model to its competition.

This series of PRs has presented an overview of the ABC preon model. While in its early stages of development, and although it has some opportunities for improvement, there are many philosophical advantages to the ABC Preon Model. So many in fact, that the advantages will now be emphasized over two PRs.

The first advantage is that the ABC Preon Model dovetails nicely into the standard model as a means to explain the various particles and forces known to exist. The ABC Preon Model is, after all, a preon model. This means that it proposes the existence of a smaller number of new particles that can be used to construct known, existing ones. Quarks are understood to be bound quantum states of a C preon bound to either an A or a B preon. Leptons are understood to be bound quantum states of an A preon with a B preon. Hence, all of the standard model success can be incorporated into the ABC preon model. Leptons still exist, and quarks can still be used as handy names for the categorization of more complicated hadrons.

A second advantage of the ABC Preon model is simplicity, as the 36 quarks and 12 leptons of the standard model have been replaced by the 6 ABC preon particles. Historically, the finding of such simplicity generally leads to advancement in our knowledge about our universe.

The next significant philosophical advance of the ABC preon model is that it reduces the number of forces understood to exist in nature. Gravity and electromagnetism remain unchanged as one goes from the standard model to the superior understanding of the ABC Preon Model. A force proposed to be carried by the neutrino is postulated to be the strong force that binds preons into leptons and also binds preons into hadrons. But the weak force has been identified not as a force, but rather as another of nature's examples of quantum tunneling. In addition to the advantage of reducing the number of forces, this is further advantageous in that it restores the attribute of direction to all known forces. In the standard model the weak force does not have a direction, while the other forces do. In the ABC preon model all forces have direction. Note that low energy weak interactions are governed by an interaction mediated by the masses of the weak bosons in standard theory. Here those mass relations are again seen to come into play during the quantum tunneling of the preons. Hence, the ABC Preon Model has used quantum tunneling of the preons to replace one of the known forces of nature.

We'll look at even more philosophical advantages of the ABC Preon Model in my next PR!

Index of Elementary Particles, Part H - Summary, Index and Video of Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors

Elementary Particles, Part H-1 - Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors: Some Perspective

Elementary Particles, Part H-2 - Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors: Leading Competitors

Elementary Particles, Part H-3 - Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors: Some Advantages

Elementary Particles, Part H-4 - Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors: More Advantages

Elementary Particles, Part H-5 - Summary, Index and Video of Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors

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