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Elementary Particles, Part I-1 - A Recap of ABC Preon Model PRs: What a Good Theory Should Be

Published on 3/8/2017
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Elementary Particles, Part I-1 - A Recap of The ABC Preon Model: What a Good Theory Should Be

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 compared the ABC Preon Model to its competition. In part I we will summarize and put a perspective on the previous parts.

When looking back through this series of PRs, we can see that the philosophical advantages of the ABC preon model make it a very strong competitor in the arena of elementary particle theory. But to analyze its place in the competition, we should first list the criteria that any scientific theory must have, and then see how the theory meets those criteria. First, it is important that any theory be mathematically and logically correct. Second, it must be consistent with all known facts. These two criteria are absolutely needed for any theory. Next come optional, strongly desired criteria. It is desirable that any theory lead to at least one testable difference between itself and its competitors. If no testable difference exists, either what is being presented is not really new, or it does not have sufficient rigor for what is a sound scientific theory. Lastly, it is highly desirable that the theory be as simple as possible.

Note that the world is full of crank theories that violate all four of the above listed criteria. A very frequent violation occurs in the third criteria, where authors claim to be able to always derive any mass or energy value from their theory, but never predict anything new. Such theories generally also have impossible to understand underpinnings, known only to their authors, and such theories should of course be rejected. But note also that even the standard model suffers from weaknesses on both the third and fourth criteria. Over time the standard model has evolved whenever something was discovered outside of its tenets, and the standard model is now anything but simple. Of course nature may not be simple, and the standard model is a reasonably good map to what is known to exist, and for that reason the last two criteria are mentioned as highly desired, but they are not absolute requirements for a physical theory.

With the requirements for a good theory listed, we can now evaluate how well the ABC Preon Model has met those requirements. As can be seen in the preceding PR's, the ABC Preon Model is numerically and logically sound. The mathematical simplicity was introduced by the new concept of neutrinic charge, with the C particle having a plus three charge and the A and B each having minus one, and their antiparticles having opposite charge. Once those simple charges were introduced, we saw how all massive leptons can be made by B particles bound to anti-A particles and how all hadrons can be made with C particles bound to A and B particles. The second criteria is also met, since we have seen how the ABC Preon Model dovetails nicely into the standard model. Since the ABC Preon Model can be used to show how quarks and leptons are constructed, it can also construct those particles that are presently believed to be made up of those quarks and leptons. But the ABC Preon Model also meets the optional criteria as well. We have seen earlier that the ABC Preon Model predicts that a signature similar to that of the Z particle should occur around 69 GeV. Other predictions for new physics exist as well, as there will be similar physics to that involved in the explanation of the top quark which was discussed earlier. Additionally, neutrino oscillations were qualitatively predicted by the model. Finally, the ABC Preon Model clearly meets the desired criterion of simplicity.

The ABC Preon Model should be considered a leading competitor in any competition of theories for what makes up our physical world.

Index of Elementary Particles, Part I - Summary, Index and Video of a Recap of ABC Preon Model

Elementary Particles, Part I-1 - A Recap of The ABC Preon Model: What a Good Theory Should Be

Elementary Particles, Part I-2 - A Recap of The ABC Preon Model: Simplicity to Complexity to Simplicity

Elementary Particles, Part I-3 - Summary, Index and Video of a Recap of The ABC Preon Model

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