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A unified quantum theory that describes the final level of the structure of all types of matter, including the modeling of elementary particles with the explanation of their properties (mass, lifetime, decay channels, charges, interaction, etc.), which makes it possible to include all known quantum phenomena in a general principle scheme consistent with all aspects and devoid of theoretical contradictions. Fields of interactions are included in the theoretical scheme.

The structures of elementary particles - FIGURE -
The structures of elementary particles - FIGURE -
Mechanisms of interactions and decays


Matrix simulation of elementary particles is a unified quantum theory that combines all types of particles and physical interactions (electromagnetic, gravitational) into a general scheme with finite construction. Matrix modeling is alternative to the Gell-Mann model and all its related theories, but has a number of significant advantages (listed below). In the development of this theory, the scientific principle of Okawa is widely used - the overwhelming majority of theoretical tendencies and concepts that serve to link experimental facts are excluded - "matrix modeling" is built exclusively on the basis of experimental data that are undeniable. The Copenhagen interpretation in the description of quantum phenomena is excluded.

The advantages of matrix modeling over the generally accepted model of Gell-Mann and Zweig and the related scientific directions are:

  1. The proposed model describes the final structure of matter, using a single particle without a structure (space-time point). The basis of particle modeling and description of their properties is carried out from the standpoint of unified principles without exceptions. Principles have a natural logical formulation.

  2. The proposed model models all known types of particles (photons, leptons, mesons and baryons).

  3. The model provides the prospect of developing a unified theory of interactions with the inclusion of gravitational interaction.

  4. The proposed model according to the general scheme makes it possible to explain the mechanism of production and properties of "strange" particles.

  5. The existing laws of parity and conservation are not exact and comprehensive, since there are variants of non-observance of these laws, which in turn is eliminated by secondary laws (combined inversion) -the unity of theory is lost and the understanding of the properties of the quantum world is complicated-what is imperfection and possible failure of existing concepts. The proposed model being more recent, obviously allowed to eliminate all observed contradictions associated with elementary particles, in addition, all phenomena without inconsistency are united in a single scheme.

  6. The discovery of new particles ( psi-mesons ) necessitated the introduction of new quarks into the theory, which in turn did not exert (!) Influence on the previous particle models. For example, the appearance of the "charmed" quark should, by logical scheme, expand the boundaries of the other hyperons and nucleons by the principle of combining. In addition to introducing new quarks into the theory, the inferiority of the theory had to be eliminated by introducing the concept of the "color" of quarks, gluons, and so on. The theory based on the hypothesis is already untenable and entirely hypothetical-what is all chromodynamics.

  7. The proposed model makes it possible to explain the mechanisms of the decay of all kinds of particles, and by unified principles.

  8. The explanation of single charge is presented (which already indicates the existence of a single finite structure for all charged particles, since any subelement structure will result from a variation of properties, including charge). The existing model does not explain the electric charge property, but even on the contrary assigns a quark deviation from this to quarks rule, not having an analogue in nature.

  9. Excluded are the accepted phenomenological concepts (lepton and baryon charges, hypercharge, strong and weak interactions, "strangeness" as a quantity, isotopic spin), as nonessential concepts that irrationally complicate understanding of the nature of the phenomena being studied. The proposed model is a more rational theory.

  10. The presented model explains the lifetime of the particles in each individual case, but according to a single logical scheme, and the equality of the lifetimes of all resonances is explained.

  11. Matrix modeling allows solving the so-called problem of the mass spectrum of particles.

Justification of the selected search path

Facts pointing to the existence of a single and final subelementary structure of all elementary particles (elementary particles are the second level of the construction of matter):

  • the possibility of interconversion of particles, and the presence of different variants of the decay channels for one particle.

  • The lack of detection of particles found in all elementary particles and pretending to be subelemental. To detect one particle in probability is more complex than the set of particles occupying a niche from the final level of the structure to elementary particles, the more so that an absolutely elementary particle, by definition, should not have properties (which makes search difficult) and be unique.

  • the regular unitarity of the value of the charge for all elementary particles (atomic nuclei to elementary particles can not be attributed, since they are quantitative variants of the quantum system).


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Date of publication 10.11.2006gg