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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

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    The trick is that vector field generators implement paired rotations of the tangent surface of the 3-sphere, that is, in fact, there is a rotation of the Clifford torus.
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    If I may cross-reference, here's the question "How to model a standard model?" And here's the answer:
    Obviously, it is necessary to start modeling the standard model by modeling its global symmetries. And since the basic symmetry group of the standard…
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

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    Like, in one turn in 4D, a proton makes 3 turns in 3D? Something similar to a (1,3)-toric knot.
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    If my last name comes from the obsolete verb "баять", then it means to speak, to tell. As for quarks, it is probably not worth describing them in terms of Riemannian geometry. Most likely, quarks should be described in terms of the knot theory of…
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    ... is used to smash, smash, smash...

    The fact of the matter is that they are all possessed by the passion of destruction, and it is necessary not to push particles together at enormous speeds, but to gradually collect them into clusters.
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    The modern theory of gravity is based on the internal (metric) geometry of Riemannian space, and in the new theory gravity should be described by dynamics in some simple enclosing space, where Riemannian geometry reflects only local properties of global…
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

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    That's right, and not only the theory of the atom has exhausted itself, but also the theory of gravity. We all need a new revolutionary physical theory.
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    This fragment does not require special mathematical training and besides, it fits into your SO(4) theory.
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  • bayak replied to the thread Myron Evans ECE (Einstein - Cartan - Evans) theory.

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    Thank you, I will definitely familiarize myself with this theory. At the same time, let me share my research. According to my theory of minimal flows, Maxwell's equations are a differential condition for the local minimality of flows of vector fields…
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Thus, you recognize that you are building circles in 4-dimensional Euclidean space. This can also be shown using a Lie algebra composed of vector fields tangent to the Clifford torus. When you talk about a 6-dimensional space, you are talking about the…
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    But it seems to me that you are not being strict enough. By the way, I also expressed myself carelessly when I talked about the equivalence of a 4-dimensional Euclidean space and the direct product of a 3-dimensional Euclidean space on a circle. In fact,…
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

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    I didn't understand. Is there any other way to tell about this?
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  • bayak replied to the thread The church of SM physics.

    Wyttenbach ,
    I would like to know about your SO(4) model: is it somehow related to the 4-dimensional Euclidean space? The fact is that on the one hand SO(4) is a rotation group R^{4}, and on the other hand R^{4} is topologically isomorphic to…
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