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Posted by Harvey on January 17, 2002 20:35:58 UTC

Does that mean there is equations 'out there' that simplify human behavior in a manner that SU(2) does for the isospin of the nuclei or SU(3) does for the eightfold way, etc? In other words, is there some SU(10)? that shows that so many galaxies should be in the universe? If you say no, just remember that SU(3) tells us that there is a reason why certain quantum particles exist (i.e., to meet the demands that the symmetry group representation requires).

Warm regards, Harv

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