Axion Substructures of Bosons,
Fermions, and Spacetime
By Bryant Villeponteau
San Diego, CA 92130
The heuristic Triad Model is presented wherein axions exist as 12 weakly coupling Ћ-sized particles that generate EM-like fields. However, axions can also undergo a phase transition to a gluon state by superposition of ~ 137 to 10(exp 25) identical copies of each type of axion to form each type of gluon. The Triad Model uses Dynkin diagrams of the gluon’s 3 strong color forces, in which four stable axion/gluon octets can self-assemble into all 3 generations of quarks and all the other known fermions and bosons, including the likely E8 x E8 x E8 quantum of the spacetime lattice. While the Triad Model is at an early stage of development, the model clarifies many of the perplexing features of QFT such as dark energy, dark matter, wave-particle duality, quantum entanglement, neutrino oscillations, the missing SUZY partners, the Higgs field, the structure of the spacetime lattice, the fine structure constant, the uncertainty principle, and the underlying cause of the three flavors in the Standard Model.
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