Intense Spike of Interest in the Latest Particle Theory (Notes for UFT433)

This theory is the application of m theory to the energy equation of the exchange field, quantizing it into elementary particles such as three pions. These are described essentially by eigenvalues of the quantized m(r) function. The next stage in this theory is consideration of angular momentum, which in the old physics was called isospin. The m theory removes all the failed ideas of the old physics, notably: approximate symmetry in group theory, spontaneous symmetry breaking to give mass, renormalization, dimensional regularization, quark confinement, asymptotic freedom, virtual particles, violation of conservation of energy in an entirely unknowable way (the Heisenberg indeterminacy) to give virtual particles that can never be observed ……. Alice in Glueball Land.


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