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All Forces Particles (except Time?) Don't Have Time Particles

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 21, 2005 23:28:03 UTC

Photons are electrons WITHOUT the time particle.
That means that photons are two neutrinos without a time particle.
Other force particles (except time?) must not have time particles.
Since all matter has 1/2 spin (I read), they must contain a time particle.
The time particle is a one-dimensional particle.

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