al-Adeh, Fayez Fok
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
March 31, 2014
elementary particles, topology
Instead of classifying elementary particles according to their apparent symmetry properties, we should search for an actual deep unifying machinery that tells elementary particles how to behave, live and disintegrate. We cannot reduce physics to the mathematics of logic because of Gödel's incompleteness theorem. Yet to each mathematical system, there must correspond some physical entity or entities. So using topology I suggest a microworld should be built using product spaces and generalized equivalence principles. The idea of time-generating references is introduced as an ingredient in the product space. A picture of the global time is derived. This scheme is tolerable since topology introduces generalized conservation theorems and provides smooth and continuous linkages among existential apparitions of the world, i.e. diffeomorphisms.