The expanded Phoenix/II Theory - A Diamond at the Heart of All Matter and Energy
by John SkieSwanne
My search for answers about deep questions which arise in the physical world is not over yet. Still, I would like to present to you an update about my
most recent thoughts, if any of you is interested to read it up. But please keep in mind I am not done searching yet.
Yes, I do believe preons must exist. There is evidences for a system beyond the observed universe. All the speculations in the Phoenix-I/II Theory
directly come from the Standard Model's data, or observations. In the event where observations contradicts the standard Model, such as the neutrino
oscillation puzzle, observation has been favoured over the standard model. The goal of Phoenix-I/II Theory is not to replace the Standard Model (since
my theory actually relies on the existence and accuracy of the Standard Model), but to add something to it - reduction of its current particles zoo to
only two kinds of preons, or even perhaps only one (as explained in the "conclusion" part of this article).
That being clarified, I now present to you an update about my theory on preons.
The Phoenix-I successfully described all matter and energy particles electric charges exchanges. I quickly published these findings in an article some
time ago, an article which is accessible here: skieswanne.weebly.com...
but also reminded that my theory wasn't complete yet.
The Phoenix-I sparked a controversy amongst more conservative physicists. Its incomplete form was wrongfully interpreted as direct denial of the
Standard Model's properties, a misunderstanding which was not only untrue but also very counter-productive. I nevertheless kept on exploring the very
heart of Everything, and even if the road was a lonely one, is was a wonderful one.
The theory doesn't just explain charges anymore. Now, it expanded to a point where it explains many things all other preon models failed to account
for, such as the spin of all particles, the 3 generations, antimatter...
The Phoenix-I Theory (Accounts for Electric charges)
In my last thread, titled "A New Preonic Model for the Composition of All Known Matter and Energy", I explained the basics of the theory. Following
observations from particles decay, I deduced that if preons were to exist, there would have to be 2 flavors of preons. "b" preons (which I now call
"primeons") carry an electric charge of -0.1666. "a" preons (which I now call "logosons") carry an electric charge of +0.1666.
primeon: symbol b
logosons: symbol a
All known particles have no more, no less than 6 preons each.
abbbbb: up antiquark
aabbbb: down quark
aaaabb: down antiquark
aaaaab: up quark
This very suggestion already explains the charges of all particles, but also the exact mechanism during particle decay. It also explains the exact
mechanism behind particle-antiparticle annihilation to photons:
In the model, particles decay by exchanging usually 3 preons with another particle.
Compare a mainstream Feynman diagram of the phenomena, with Phoenix-I's Feynman diagram of the same phenomena:
This alone gave the theory more accuracy than most other preonic models, including the 1979 Rishon Model, and this concept is still retained in
Phoenix-II, although in Phoenix-II preons don't form strings but actual 3-d solids.
The expanded (speculative) Pheonix-II Model:
The deductive-only, Phoenix-I Theory is not enough to account for finer properties of matter and energy, such as spin. But, since the Phoenix-I does
provide a firm base, at least when it comes to electrical charges, then it is now possible for us to build hypothesis about the additional properties
of these preons, a collection of hypothesis which can be dubbed, Phoenix-II, and verified to be in agreement with scientific observations. The
Phoenix-II Theory now accounts for, but is not limited to,
-the three generations of fermions
-the spins of all matter and energy particles
-the antiparticles of all matter particles, and CT-symmetry
-the kaon oscillation mystery (which Phoenix-II theory solves)
-the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon
-the neutrino's oscillation into another flavor
Its limits are still yet to define, since it also proposes a cause for,
-the observed rest mass
-the EMC effect
Generations of fermions
First of all, what solid will a group of 6 preons form if they were all to have the same distance from the center of such said group? A quick search
in geometry will provide the answer: an octahedron. The same solid than a crystal of diamond will crystallize into. In other words, inside any given
elementary particles, there will always be 6 preons forming an octahedron, with one preon at each apexes. One could say that around the (for now
assumed to be empty) center of a group-particle, there can be 6 probable position of a preon. These positions are fixed relative to each other (except
when decay occurs, where preons will be exchanged in a manner which is covered by Phoenix-I), but the group itself (in other words, the elementary
particle which the preons form) can rotate relative to another group or in Time. Additionally, one could in theory assign the numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
and 6) to each of the preons inside of the octahedron.
As in any solids, an octahedron can have a quantity of positions relative to a plane. It would seem that at the preonic level, only an integer number
of preons is allowed to touch the "Plane", a plane which is exactly perpendicular to the group's momentum direction. This allows only 3 rational
states to be possible: apex touches Plane, vertices touches Plane, and whole face touches Plane.
It is obvious the more preons are allowed to touch the plane, the more massive such a particle will become. This... seems very likely to be the
mechanism behind the three generations of fermions. A generation-1 fermion will have only one preon touching the Plane. A generation-2 fermion will be
composed of the exact same things than its generation-1 counterpart, but two preons will touch the Plane, rending it more massive. A generation-2
fermion will be composed of the exact same things than its generation-1 and generation-2 counterparts, but three preons will touch the Plane, rending
it even more massive.
The existence of a 4th generation of matter is not included in the Phoenix-II, but it can support it.
In Phoenix-II's hypothesis, primeons, instead of being monopole-like particles, would in fact be bidirectional wave-like packets whose e-negative
curve is aligned forward in time, with their momentum direction. Their e-positive curve is facing the past.
a rendering of such a primeon would look like:
Logosons would look like normal primeons which would have been rotated on an angle of 180 relative to normal primeons. This means their positive curve
is aligned forward in time, with their momentum direction.
edit on 9-11-2013 by swanne because: (no reason given)