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Posted by Alan on January 7, 2002 10:57:57 UTC

Unfortunately somehow this picture has re-arranged; distorting the drawing and losing right hand side.

The drawing is supposed to be of the structure of a square knot. The first two twists at the base represent using a weak force to allow the helixes going in opposite directions to half spin around each other, carrying information as electromagnetic waves (the twists).

Then there is another pair of twists reached by a gentle (gravity?) curve; the second pair of twists secures the "knot in space-time" via a strong force.

Then the whole pairing is mirrored so as the other thread gets to cross under four times, the four-times under thread last time now crossing over two times (one each twist pair of this next square knot).

A chain of pairs of alternating fermions and bosons results.

Since if you analyse it carefully, the construction of a cube in space-time requires this kind of operation; it looks like a solution to the relationship and relative strengths of the basic forces; plus the role of information-carrying waves, has been mapped.

Quarks may be represented perhaps by a three-plait interchange pattern within the thread of the braid.


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