Summary of Discussion

Very good summary, the yelling of toads or prime minister’s question time. This yelling can be bought online as Quark Dairy Products.
Summary of Discussion

You hit the nail on the head with the quarks. If James Joyce had the German word “Quark” in mind, it characterizes this kind of physics very aptly. My standard saying to this is: quarks are quark. And written as quak (without r) it means the yelling of toads.

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Am 04.03.2019 um 18:20 schrieb Myron Evans:

Summary of Discussion

Wave particle dualism means that every particle has mass, and is also a wave. So the strong field quantizes according to the Einstein / de Broglie equations. The latest note 433(1) summarizes the m theory. The standard model is stranger than fiction, it relies on violation of conservation of energy for a short time, during which the violation is unknowable. The virtual particle is produced and disappears and cannot be observed. To any rational, Baconian scientist this is total nonsense. On top of this comes renormalization, regularization of dimensions and asymptotic freedom. In m theory the field quantizes into real wave particles such as photons and pions. Quarks are unobservable (quark confinement). The usual energy mass relation m = h bar omega / c squared is that of the de Broglie equation of the rest wave particle. Massive photon theory goes back to Henri Poincare in 1905 and after 1935 massive photon theory relied on the Yukawa potential and theory and the Proca equation. I think that the discovery of the m force is one of the most important results of ECE theory. The word quark comes from “Finnegan’s Wake”, “Three quarks for muster Mark”. Joyce was thinking of a German word for a dairy product like cottage cheese. Quark is also used as a synonym for quatsch, meaning total nonsense. That summarizes standard particle physics. It is a load of expensive quatsch. Some people think that “Finnegan’s Wake” is also a load of quatsch. I think that it is original stuff, but “Dubliners” is much better, especially the ending of the book describing snow falling all over Ireland, the treeless hills, the bog of Allen and the Shannon. That short story is online, so is the whole of “Dubliners”. It uses simple language, compared with the indescribable ugliness of a word such as “regularization”.


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