Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Hexaquark, Pentaquark, Quadquark, and Dark Matter


Ok, Pentaquark. Because of the high energy required to generate and the rapid time the dissolve to constitutant parts. We see this in Quadquark in this model. Hexaquark are next but they will be more stable at high energy.

I want to quit  the term quark for the proper term Gluon. To explain the structure of the Baryon in the papers on the right. This paper explains the relevance of the Gluon and the near lack of relevance of the quark. The number of Gluon Determines the State. A quark is just excess Gluon length intertwined with another Gluon. This we the beginning of geometry in space.

It is the Gluon the stores information as vibration between two quarks. The Tau extends and retracts the quarks to increase or decrease length of gluon thus angle within the cone of the baryons core.

We have one strange anomaly that this model accounts for. One Gluon Two Quarks. This is Dark Matter. This one Gluon is different than other states because it lacks information traveling within it.

1 Gluon = Dark Matter No energy state
2  Gluon = Dark  Matter Chain.
3 Gluon = Baryon, normal energy state. Conical rotation
4 Gluon = Quad, High pressure fragile unstable system. Plane pressurization found in Dense Dark Matter Structures.
5 Gluon = Penta, Ultra High energy fragile unstable system.
6 Gluon = Hexagluon Ultra High Energy Stable System.
We already see this shape in LePlant Bowl Magnet
8. Gluon = Octalgluon ultra dense dark matter state. Cube pressurization found in Dense Dark Matter flat plane Structures.
12. Gluon = Full cubic structure.

In the other states Gluon are rotating, magnetism is being produced, electricity is being induced, temperature is being emitted.

What are the ratios between baryons and these objects?

Addendum:  These shapes have not been reproduced in any other lab. 3/26/2016
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