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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 19, 2005 15:04:40 UTC

I think the way I am going in showing that the weak force origin is sort of a zero-energy boundary in negative space only. I think we consider neutrinos as weak force carriers...only the positive and negative neutrino can show mass as a result of acceleration in negative space. The neutral neutrino can only show mass if it produces as resonance in negative space. I need help on this though. I think the time origin is probably the central point origin in negative space...there is no time because I think it is cancelled in going back and forth between the strong force boundary and thus cancels time in the negative space...time might only occur with the weak force boundary when it doesn't have a zero-energy state in negative space....I think?????

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