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Force And Matter Particles

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 22, 2005 18:28:41 UTC

All force and matter particles appear to be neutrino constructs with their associated time particles. Electron I guess is simplest example of matter...time particle 1/2 spin and three neutrinos....force particles two neutrino constructs with example of photons being what I think are two neutrinos with two 1/2 spin time particles. Gravitinos MIGHT be two neutrinos with two -1/2 spin time particles. These gravitinos might not exist in positive might be that only photons can exist in positive space.

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