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

Published on 3/10/2017
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Elementary Particles, Part I-2 - A Recap of The ABC Preon Model: Simplicity to Complexity to Simplicity

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.

In the previous PR we saw how the ABC Preon Model meets all the requirements for a sound scientific model. We have also seen how it aims to replace a very complicated model - the standard model - by a much simpler model. This advance of simplicity is part of a pattern that has existed throughout history.

The first simple model of what the world is made of was the Fire, Earth, Air and Water model of the ancient Greeks:

Fire, Earth, Water and Air
Figure 1. The Fire, Earth, Water and Air Worldview.

The Fire, Earth, Air and Water model contained just four elements, but by the 1800's a great many more elements had been added until we finally arrived at the complexity of the periodic table:

Chemical Elements
Figure 2. The Chemical Elements.

By about 1935 it became known that all chemical elements were comprised of protons, electrons and neutrons:

Electron, Proton and Neutron
Figure 3. The Electron, Proton and Neutron Model of Our World.

Then, during the 1940's and 1950's, the new technology of particle accelerators had produced so many "elementary" particles that the situation was deemed "the particle zoo":

The Particle Zoo
Figure 4. The Particle Zoo.

In the 1960's, quarks and leptons were proposed as an underlying simple mode that explained well the many particles of "the particle zoo":

First Quarks and Leptons
Figure 5. The Original Quark and Lepton Model of Our World.

But again, with the passage of time, more and more quarks, leptons, and sundry particles were discovered, so that by today we now have a "quark and lepton zoo":

Quark and Lepton Zoo
Figure 6. The Quark and Lepton Zoo.

And it is at this point in history that The ABC Preon Model finds its place as the next step toward simplicity in our understanding of what makes up our world: ABC Elementary Particles
Figure 11. The Preons and Force Carriers of the ABC Preon Model.

In Figure 11, the A, B and C particles are the Preons. The bar above an A, B, or C represents an Anti-Preon. The greek letters ("nu" and "gamma") represent the force carriers for the neutrinic and electromagnetic forces, respectively. The subscript preceding the A, B or C lists the neutrinic charge of the preon, while the trailing superscript lists the electric charge of the preon.

As can be seen, the ABC Preon Model is now the latest entry in mankind's effort to simplify our understanding of what makes up our world. And of course, it may not be the final entry. As accelerator experiments go on into the future we may find the need to add more preons or force carriers, and eventually we may end up with a "Preonic Zoo". At that time, I would expect another simpler model to arise, as our quest for knowledge continues. But for now, the ABC Preon Model is an excellent and simple model for all of the particles that make up our 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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