Topic023: Where Particles Begin – and End, Bill Tifft, 7/04/16

Topic023: Where Particles Begin – and End, Bill Tifft, 7/04/16


Zo, W section of book chapter 4, table 4


Table of fits to the Lepton

Matter is a dynamical assembly of packets of passive energy. The 1 2 4 triad is apparently that basic package, not only a basic energy unit but a basic structural block for forming particles. The triad involves three consecutive doublings which appears to be the maximum doubling range possible within an individual structural unit. Quarks are then built upon multiples of triads, as will be shown subsequently in Topic024, to generate quarks and leptons, where the leptons represent limiting forms for quarks and both light and heavy mesons. Hadrons, mesons, bosons and baryons, are dynamical assemblies of quarks. The stable proton is, in a sense, the limiting form for baryons, but in fact is assembled from quarks, already limited.

The Zo and associated W Gauge Bosons define the upper range of particle energy levels. They essentially decay into hadrons or directly into leptons. As shown in the lead figure of this topic and book Table 4.9 inserted into the text below, neither the Zo or W form has an associated energy level in QTPP, however, both have transition matches and very short lifetimes. (For book information or acquisition see Post001 and Post002.) The W is the only boson that has a transition match (Gamma 58.00 – Pi 59.25) involving an N.25 energy level consistent with an i = 2 4-d force level as discussed in Topic022. That level indicates a higher level or different force form and completes the association of i values with force. The charged W distinguishes lepton decay charge forms.


Book figure 4.9

The Zo and its transition at level 57, Gamma 57.00 – Pi 57.00 is of special significance. It is one level below the 4-d 56 56 56 56 level which is the pure triad multiple 32 x 7 = 224 total doubling configuration which would represent the Zo – anti Zo level if such a state existed (which does not since there are no charged Zo forms). The Zo total doubling value is identical to the electron – anti electron pair at 3-d 74 75 75 which is also a 32 x 7 = 224 total doubling level. The levels are structured forms of the same doubling degree, and between them define the entire energy range of known particles. The Zo is an upper limit and the electron a lower limit to known particles (except neutrinos which preserve or add 3-d – 4-d temporal links. Zo and the three leptons have much in common, all contain transitions between Gamma N.00 and Pi N.00 energy levels, although N is identical at both ends only for the Zo. The lepton table from Topic021 is repeated on the second line of leading figures. The N.00 – N.00 condition allows both or either end to be 3-d or 4-d. Except for the electron, which is an ultimate lower limit, they can all decay directly to lower leptons, although the Zo and Tauon have intermediate Hadron decays. In a QTPP sense the Zo is effectively a lepton. There is one other N.00 – N.00 transition marked on some figures, Gamma 64.00 – Pi 65.00 is marked at the Omega baryon and matches the Sigma baryon energy. This is not a known allowed decay for the Omega and does mark the upper limit for baryons. Originally transitions in QTPP were marked for close energy match only, so forbidden transitions may be marked. In QTPP all local particles have immediate temporal commonality so it may not be required that transitions connect directly to particles, only that allowed energy changes be permitted within a particle’s range and vector requirements be met. Range limits within which transitions must fall are shown on several energy level diagrams. The N.00 – N.00 freedom for leptons (and the Zo) is presumably an essential requirement. Temporal commonality is also how forces are transmitted (and limited) in QTC and QTPP.


Updated KH table from page 162 in book

To complete this topic a discussion of the Higgs boson and its resemblance to the Kaon is appropriate. Higgs appears as an ordinary 4-d boson at a predicable energy level within QTPP, but additional decay information must be known before more than a preliminary QTPP evaluation is possible. The Higgs develops just below the 4-d (56 56 56 56)/4 = (32 x 7)/4 Gamma 56.00 level, by exactly one triad multiple, (33 x 7)/4 = Gamma 57.75. The overall pattern of high energy structure is shown in the above book Figure 4.9. QTPP hypothetical structural patterns for both the Kaon and Higgs are shown immediately above (in a slightly revised form) as they appeared on book text page 162. Higgs appears precisely 8 4-d doubling (8 factors of 2) above the Kaon which falls at the Gamma 65.75 energy level. The pattern shows successive hypothetical doubling stages. Each line gives the fractional doubling level, the energy level in MeV, and the structure in triad multiples. The first line is followed by the spatial metric of the starting level and particle involved. Each subsequent line describes the results of a doubling changes, the change in the metric directly above it, then an arrow followed by the new metric generated and its name. The arrows do NOT indicate transitions, simply `progression’ in a doubling path between particles forms. The doubling pattern is identical for either energy sequence, Pi or Gamma, although the particle transition pattern between specific particles is not since triad patterns are involved. The arrow direction, which involves switches between the Pi and Gamma patterns, alternates. The column set on the left contains Pi states. The first arrow, for `base structures’, does not change the Pi level form, but for particles the shifts indicate the particle resides in the alternate pattern (Gamma to right, Pi to left). The Kaon, Higgs and Muon are Gamma particles. Important modifications to the book discussion are included in this advanced version now that the role of the triad structure is recognized in transitions.

The light meson pattern was previously discussed in Topic021 to demonstrate the Muon as the lepton limit to the Light meson pattern. The comparison here concerns the similarity with important differences. The Higgs relationship to the Pi 56 4-d doubling base is identical with the Kaon relationship to the Pi 64 4-d doubling base EXCEPT for the triad pattern. Based upon recent studies only certain triad patterns are allowed. Deviations from a precise fit to Nx(1 + 2 + 4) = Nx7 of 0, 1 or 4 are possible at 4-d, and match existing particles. Deviations of 1 from 4 for 3-d quarks are also triad related, as are deviations of 1 from the unique 3-d 64 doubling triplets of the baryon structure. Offsets of 4 may represent allowed additions between successive filled vector shells. However, the Eta – anti Eta, and X – anti X offsets are apparently forbidden. The neutral Eta (an exact triad multiple) exists and can be constructed directly from the neutral Pi 4-d base level or other Hadron decays, however, a neutral X meson apparently cannot form from the Gamma base. The Eta has no known decays to the Kaon, but both the Kaon and the Higgs can be generated directly from the Gamma bases by addition of one triad. The change of 7 can replace simple doubling to retain allowed triad multiplet and deviation patterns. The Eta may also decay to multiple Pions, as known, by triad decays involving a permitted offset of 1. It is apparent that successive mesons require alternate vector patterns despite identical doubling structures. The triad is an extremely tightly bound stable structure within which its components cannot individually vary. Levels must decay in permitted triad related steps. Allowed energy levels may be defined by doubling, but access is controlled by triad structure. This is quite likely closely related to well established vector transition requirements.

One further item related to the Higgs concerns the tentative identification of a possible resonance seen at about 757.7 Gev in the search for resonances or possible high energy particles at CERN. The two doubling states immediately above the Higgs have energies of 252.555 Gev (level Gamma 56.75) and 505.111 Gev (level 55.75) which sum quite precisely to the suspected resonance. These levels would presumably be involved in normal doubling development of the Higgs and both are presumably unstable or unable to form other than as a momentary transient event. An attempt to generate such unstable states could easily be the source of the possible resonance. This is a very unlikely match by accident. I would wager that the explanation of the signal, if verified, is associated with instability related to a forbidden route of Higgs formation.

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