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

Published on 3/3/2017
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Elementary Particles, Part H-4 - Comparing the ABC Preon Model Against its Competitors: More 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 took two PRs to cover them!

In my last PR we looked at the advantages of 1) the dovetailing of the ABC Preon Model into the standard model for many of its predictions; 2) the vast reduction in the number of elementary particles that the ABC Preon Model uses to describe nature as compared to the standard model; 3) the reduction in the number of forces from four in the standard model to three in the ABC Preon Model; and 4) the fact that the ABC Preon Model has a direction for all forces, while in the standard model the weak force has no direction.

But wait ...... THERE'S MORE!!!

The ABC preon model also allows for an entire quantum number, color, to be set aside. Of course the new "neutrinic charge" has been added to the discussion, but by eliminating color, one can also eliminate the eight gluons from the mix of elementary particles. A further advantage of the ABC preon model is that hadronic matter and leptonic matter are each now seen to be made up from the same preon material, rather than having a disjoint set of constituents as is the case for the standard model's description of how particles are constructed. Importantly, the ABC preon model leads to a clear understanding as to why nature has several generations of particles that are otherwise identical. We have seen that the massive leptons are each various excited states of the same basic bound preon structure, while the various quark flavors are simply various excited states of basic bound preon structures as well.

A further philosophical advantage of the ABC preon model is that there is a symmetry between atomic physics and nuclear physics. Atomic physics is understood to be the physics of fermions bound by a force carried by a boson, while the ABC preon model allows us to understand nuclear physics as the physics of what are possibly bosons being bound by a force carried by a fermion.

Another advantage of the ABC preon model is that there is a clean dichotomy between charged matter, which has mass, and force carriers, which are massless.

Lastly, it is important to note that the elementary particles predicted by the ABC preon model can, in principle, be isolated, whereas the quarks of the standard model cannot be. In fact, when looked at through the ABC preon model we can see that the A and B particles have already been isolated, as that is what happened when the W particle was discovered.

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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