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Fundamental Particles

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

No experiment been able to identify a particle with less dimension and mass than the electron and positron.  Nevertheless, phenomena such as the pair production indicate that the electron forms out of the same substance of space that conducts light.

Likewise, the phenomena of electron diffraction, the bending of electrons around an edge, indicate that the structure of the electron is not solid, and the wave-like interference patterns produced by single electrons interfering with themselves in the split beam interferometry experiment further confirms their composite structure.  Additional phenomena, such as electron microscopy, which depend upon the electron having greater or lesser wavelength, likewise confirm the wave-like and distributed nature of the electron.

Therefore, in the Theory we shall assume that the Negative DP and Positive DP are the fundamental particles, and that the electron-mass and positron-mass are composites of the ultrastructure Negative DP and Positive DPs.  In turn, we hypothesize that the proton and all the other particles of the subatomic zoo (neutron, proton, quarks, hadrons, mesons, leptons…) could plausibly be electron-positron composites, or at the very least composites of Negative DPs and Positive DPs, possibly forming the internal structures we hypothesized as quarks.  

We shall examine the Subatomic Zoo with an eye toward the possibility that the internal structure of the nucleons may in fact be composed of electron-mass and positron-mass.  But, regardless of the success of this theory, the underlying phenomenon which is important is that the particles possess within their structure a “charged-mass”.  This theory is important because the charged masses interact with the space to create the phenomena of inertia, momentum, and kinetic energy.