Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
December 16, 2017
STOE, elementary particles, spin, electron, positron, neutrino, structure
The Scalar Theory of Everything (STOE) model of photons is extended
to a model of the structure of neutrinos, electrons and positrons.
The polarization of photons in a magnetic field suggests the photons are
magnets. This observation and the STOE model of the photon suggest the
hods are magnetic. Using disc magnets as an analogy of hods suggests the
structure of elementary particles. The relative abundance of elementary
particles and anti–particles is dependent on their relative probability of
formation that depends on the difficulty of forming their structure. The
structure of the neutrino explains why its velocity is the velocity of photons.
The structure of large neutrinos suggests how they can transform
into electron neutrinos. The position of north seeking magnetic poles
relative to the direction of movement is qualitatively consistent with the
“spin” observation. The postulate of “space quantization” is unnecessary.
The structure models are consistent with several observations of elementary