Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
February 1, 2017
bosons, fermions, color charge, magnetic color, antimatter, photon, graviton, singularity, absolute black hole
The Standard Model of particle physics describes the universe in terms of Matter (fermions) and Force (bosons). Particles of matter transfer discrete amounts of energy by exchanging bosons with each other. There exists an antiparticle for every fermion in nature. The simplest example which illustrates the involved principle is that of the electron and positron.
Quantum mechanics is a very good set of mathematical models that show how many elementary forces work, but it does not describe how they work. To understand and describe the mechanism of production and performance of force-carrying bosons, we need to reconsider force and energy. The left sides of the relativistic Newton’s second and mass–energy equivalence equations, which with new approach to F and E (force and energy) has dealing in this paper.
This new approach shows what means transferring of discrete amounts of energy by exchanging bosons, and describes the mechanism of converting force-carriers to energy and vice versa.