The Constitution of Matter

  • A. F. Parker-Rhodes
Part of the Synthese Library book series (SYLI, volume 150)

Abstract

We have seen that consideration of the RSs of the family D1, along with D0, gives rise to at least a rudimentary concept of space; and that when this is joined with the initial RSs of each family, we arrive at a reasonably full characterization of spacetime as it is known both to physicists on the one hand, and in common experience on the other. In comparison with this wide prospect, I shall in this chapter deal with the two finite families D2 and D3, from which we shall derive a quite different set of interpretations — essentially, the more basic elementary particles and their descriptors (quantum numbers).

Keywords

Brittle Coherence Electromagnetism Gonic 

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© D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland 1981

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