## Wednesday, July 15, 2009

### Abstract of the Baryonic Model

Dark Energy is the media in which all vibrations transverse. The Ruleset is one bit of dark energy. Dark energy is rigid and 3 dimensional.

Baryonic matter: All baryonic matter consists of 3 gluons. These 3 gluons always form a triangle. At the connection points of 2 gluons a quark is formed by the intertwining of the gluons. Baryons have two of one type of quark and one of another. The two similar quarks spin around the axis of the other type of quark. This forms a cone in shape.

The gluon transmits information using the photon(heat), Z boson(electricity), and W+/- boson(magnetism). Each boson transmits information.

The Z boson is electricity. The dissimilar quark provides the direction of charge. The Z boson provides information to the lepton electron. This information is photon data, electron data and current. If the current of the Z boson is too strong it ejects the electron causing electricity. If the current of the Z boson is much more intense the Z boson extends to another baryon. This is plasma.

The W boson results from the two similar quarks spinning about the axis of the direction of charge. The more intense the spin of the baryon the more intense the W boson.

The photon is generated by the lepton electron. It is preloaded by the Z Boson. The electron emits the photon using Planck's Spectral Black Body Equations.
Frequency = u(v,T) = (8πhv^3/C^3)(1/e^(hv/kT)-1)
Wave length = u(λ,T) = ((8πhc)/λ^5)*(1/e^(hc/λkT)-1)

The receiving baryon's electron calculates the frequency and wave length. By evaluating the number of spins the photon has taken since emission, the receiving baryon get this information, spectra(what the emitting baryon is), Temperature of the emitting baryon, Distance traveled by the photon and direction. With this information the receiving baryon can calculate directed pressure on it, changes in temperature. Baryonic density is calculated by:

where
where M is the magnetic field
where E is the electric field
where T is the temperature field
where a,b,c are the lengths of the gluons
where A,B,C are the angles between gluons

Dark matter is made of 2 anti-gluons. These anti-gluons form anti-quarks. These vibrations spin in the opposite direction. These dark matter anti-gluon systems form threads. Many threads form fabrics. Dark matter is repelled by charge. Any W+/- boson pressurizes dark matter. This provides a bubble in the dark matter where baryons can exist.

Aaron Guerami