Ultimate fate of the universe

Ultimate fate of the universe

 
 
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stephenmann35
Matter is made of nucleons (protons and neutrons) and orbitons (electrons). But what makes up these? I suggest sub-particles are made up of quarklets which in turn make up the quarks composing nucleons and electrons then would have two. Quarks must be made up of six quarklets each, or three pair. If so, then quarks must be approximately three leptons (electrons and positrons) each.

Neutrinos are quarklet groups which then endow matter with mass, according to whether a neutrino is bonded to quarklet pairs in a muon state (for nucleons) or in an electron state. Neutrinos also have a tauon state and when unattached fluctuate between the three, as when in Space (according to neutrino detectors).

Steve
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