The Constitution of Matter
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).
KeywordsBrittle Coherence Electromagnetism Gonic
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