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Elementary Particles, Part J-6 - The Preonic Wars: Looking Ahead

Published on 5/8/2017
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Elementary Particles, Part J-6 - The Preonic Wars: Looking Ahead

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, and in part I we summarized and put a perspective on the previous parts. In part J we're taking a look at some of the difficulties I have had with getting the word out concerning the ABC Preon Model.

As mentioned in the previous PRs of this Section J, I have tried many routes in an effort to get my ABC Preon Model publicized and reviewed. I initially published the model in the peer-reviewed journal "Physics Essays" in 1997. (You can see that paper by clicking here.) Years passed, and when high energy physics results showed significantly more experimental support for the model, I wrote and uploaded a Wikipedia article. Unfortunately, the Wikipedia article was deleted. The reason for deletion was lack of a sufficient number of "secondary references". At the time of deletion a Google search on "ABC Preon Model" only yielded a few hundred results and most of them were mirror sites of the Wikipedia article; hence the topic was deemed insufficiently notable for inclusion in Wikipedia. So I then posted on various social media sites for a few years, and now a Google search on "ABC Preon Model" returns between 10,000 and 30,000 results, depending on the day. This may be enough "secondary sources" to resurrect the Wikipedia article, and I may try to post there again some time in the future.

However the first effort for the future is now already underway, as I have submitted a second paper on the ABC Preon Model to the reviewed journal "Physics Essays". That second paper covers the experimental evidence that has been discovered over the past 20 years, most of which is very supportive of the model.

In addition to my own efforts, the experimental situation will also continue to evolve in the future as more experiments are performed at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland. The ABC Preon Model makes 18 firm predictions based on just 3 free parameters. Of the 18, 9 are already seen or expected by the Standard Model. And of the 9 that are seen or expected, the ABC Preon Model predicts 8 almost exactly and the ninth is within 3.5 standard deviations of what has been observed. It will be interesting if the other 9 predictions start to be seen in the upcoming years.

This now brings the story of the ABC Preon Model to a close. What remains are the housekeeping tasks of indexing these PRs in a couple of summary and index PRs, and I expect to wrap that up soon. I hope you have enjoyed my story, and I thank all of you who have taken the time to read and comment on it!

Index of Elementary Particles, Part J - The Preonic Wars

Elementary Particles, Part J-1 - The Preonic Wars: Early Battles

Elementary Particles, Part J-2 - The Preonic Wars: Posting to Wikipedia

Elementary Particles, Part J-3 - The Preonic Wars: Deletion from Wikipedia

Elementary Particles, Part J-4 - The Preonic Wars: Moving On From the Deletion from Wikipedia

Elementary Particles, Part J-5 - The Preonic Wars: Recent Events, Posts at IBO and ATS

Elementary Particles, Part J-6 - The Preonic Wars: Looking Ahead

Elementary Particles, Part J-7 - Summary and Index of The Preonic Wars


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