The Standard Model Architecture and Interactions Part 2 The Fermion Interaction

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The Standard Model Architecture and Interactions Part 2 © 2011 Claude Michael Cassano The Fermion Interaction: An interaction with entry ingredients A,B and exit ingredients C,D is denoted as you see, here: A+B → C+D which implies it's anti-equivalent. A fermion interaction is an interaction between first and second order objects, i.e.: between solitary S sub R matrices. The initial step in a fermion interaction...

The Standard Model Architecture and Interactions Part 1

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The Standard Model Architecture and Interactions © 2011 Claude Michael Cassano Based on my 1984 linearization of the Klein-Gordon equations, potential functions generalizations of the electric and magnetic field strengths form a basis from which a compound model simply constructs the leptons; the simple differences between the quarks and leptons; how the quarks arose from the leptons; why there are these two types of fermions; and why there are precisely three generations for each...

Searching for the Missing Universe

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In order to detect dark matter and answer other fundamental questions about our universe, engineers and scientists from all over the world have come together to build the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) which will be installed on the International Space Station (ISS) in 2011.

The video presents the main features and goals of AMS in its search for the missing universe, introducing elements of physics and history of science.