Unified Quantum Substructures for Spacetime, Quarks, Leptons, & Bosons
By Bryant Villeponteau
San Diego, CA 92130
In this document, I present the Triad Model, a novel theoretical framework positing that quantum substructures form an active spacetime lattice capable of undergoing modifications due to changes in mass/energy distributions or in response to particle creation and annihilation events. This model uniquely proposes quantum substructures corresponding to the three families of quarks and leptons contained in the Standard Model.
Furthermore, the Triad Model generates four distinct classes of boson substructures: 1) Twelve flavors of axions; 2) Four sets of 8 synergistic gluons and four flex tube flavors; 3) Photons and W or Z weak force bosons; and 4) Three flavors of the Higgs bosons, which are each theorized to produce symmetric spacetime lattices. The Triad Model also posits that the two highest energy Higgs flavors could be hypothetical Dark Energy Higgs spacetime lattices, which could have significance in explaining key astrophysical phenomena such as black holes and the spacetime expansion stages following the Big Bang.
The Triad Model’s unified quantum substructures for the spacetime lattice, bosons, and fermions theoretically offer a more cohesive understanding of quantum mechanics and general relativity. While it remains speculative at this stage, the Triad Model underlines the promising potential of three-dimensional quantum substructures in our ongoing quest for a unified field theory. It is presented as a theoretical framework for further exploration, refinement, and validation. I welcome any comments, critiques, or extensions on this quantum substructure model.
· 12 Axions (as Dark Matter) that each contain two very weak color forces.
· Gluons that gain very strong color forces by fusing together > 10^18 weak color axions.
· Single Quarks self-assemble via 3 color bonding of 8 gluons into an octahedron.
· Dyad Quarks 2-bonded quarks that form photons & the weak-force bosons (W & Z).
· Triad Quarks 3-bonded quarks that form electrons, muons, tau, & neutrinos.
· Dimer Quarks 2-bonded triad quarks that form spacetime & 2 Dark Energy lattices.