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trelek2
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Dec26-11, 07:21 PM
P: 88
I don't understand why technicolor interactions are unobservable at low energies due to the fact that they are strong and confining.

I thought color confinement means that quarks cannot be separated but rather new quark-antiquark pairs form and result in Hadron jets. Isn't this a feature of QCD interactions at higher energies?
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