THE NATURE OF MATTER
THE NATURE OF MATTER
Section 1 The Source of Matter
Section 2 Matter Dominance
Section 3 The Spin and Statistics Theorem
THE SOURCE OF MATTER
The Unit Particle of Matter Substructure Theory deduced that unit particles of matter which compose the substructures of all Standard Model particles all originated from the massless doublet particles of pure matter composing the background of matter.
All unit particles of matter are proposed to have come from the background oceanic
There are two components of the Universe, matter and energy. The matter is unit particles of matter from the background oceanic doublet particles of pure matter. The energy flows through the Universe, the background of matter, and creates something from the nothingness of the pure background.
The background doublet particles of pure matter provide two flavors of matter, a positive unit particle of matter and negative unit particle of matter, each unit particle of matter with an inherent symmetrical helicity.
The dominance of matter over anti-matter is a problem for Big Bang theorists because they are presently still looking for a mechanism to explain how the Universe could have ended up all matter. Physicists are still looking for the slight asymmetry involved in the creation process.
Once the Big Bang concept is swept away, there is no need to worry about how the Universe passed into existence without self annihilating.
On the other hand, there is also no reason to expect that the entire Universe made of matter either. Large scale areas of the Universe could be made of anti-matter, but they would have to be very far away to have escaped detection.
Galaxies as laboratories of plasma physics show evidence that both matter and anti-matter are produced in galactic scale processes in jets emitting particles from the poles of the galactic nucleus.
Northwestern University press release of galactic positron jet discovery.
THE SPIN AND STATISTICS THEOREM
The spin and statistics theorem identifies the properties that differentiate fermions and bosons. The structural property that differentiates fermions and bosons is that fermions have an odd number of energy bearing unit particles of matter in the structure of the particle, and bosons have an even number of energy bearing unit particles of matter in the structure of the particle.
The principal reason for the property differences between fermions and bosons is the energy rotation cancels for the even numbered unit particle of matter structures, and there is a net energy rotation for odd numbered unit particle of matter structures.
For instance, protons have three triplet structure giving 9 total unit particles of matter in unit particles of matter in the proton structure of the particle.
While a pion has two quarks with 6 unit particles of matter in the structure of the particle.
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