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  • In vortex models, the masses of elementary particles can be received as a gift (as a parameter of the length of a closed current line). As for the Higgs field, as I mentioned in the post #, its source is the evolutionary component of the vacuum flow of…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread Science: W Boson much heavier than SM predicts?.

    Dear participants of the discussion, let me share with you my thoughts on the mechanism of symmetry breaking of the standard model of elementary particles.

    Since the Lie algebra of the group SU(2) is realized as the algebra of tangent vector fields of the…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread THE NUCLEAR STRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP.

    Condensed Matter Nuclear Science

    In the above paper, a simplified model of three nuclei is considered, but it follows from this model that the Coulomb barrier may be an order of magnitude smaller than the one that must be overcome in paired collisions of…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread THE NUCLEAR STRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP.

    (Quote from WJMFC)

    Computer Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (CMNS)?
    or (CM)NuclearStructure?

    I don't have my own model, but I can guess how to get a standard model of elementary particles.
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  • bayak Replied to the thread THE NUCLEAR STRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP.

    In my opinion, to understand the phenomenon of cold fusion, there is no need to involve new physics, it is enough to take into account the collective interaction of nuclei within the framework of the old classical physics (at least in the approximation…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread THE NUCLEAR STRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP.

    To move forward in quantum physics, one should grasp some key idea, but the idea should be so simple that the qualifications of a biophysicist are enough to understand it.

    For example, my key idea is the coincidence of the symmetry group of a torus…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread THE NUCLEAR STRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP.

    (Quote from Cydonia)

    In this case, geometry and algebra go together. At least, the symmetry group SU(2) is generated in this model, and the mechanism of symmetry breaking is generated by a corresponding change in the geometry of the model.
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  • bayak Replied to the thread THE NUCLEAR STRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    It is a pity that the research group intends to deal only with the structure of nuclei and atoms. I mean, I have a mathematical model of an electron, but there is no model of either a quark or a nucleus.
    Chaotic dynamics on the
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