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An introduction to the final theory

  1. Nov 18, 2004 #1
    The down quark has a charge of -1/3.
    The electron has a charge of -1.
    Each down quark has 1 charge object.
    Each electron has 3 charge objects.
    The electron is small.
    Because the electron is small, the three charge
    objects in the electron cannot repel each other.
    The three like charge objects in an electron attract
    each other. The three like charge objects in one
    electron repel the three like charge objects in
    another electron. Like charge can both attract and
    repel.
    Whether a charge object attracts or repels another
    charge object depends on its relationship with
    the other charge object.
    All charge objects in the universe are relationally
    locked.

    The mass/gravity object is an object of the same basic type
    as the charge object.
    The mass/gravity object has its observed characteristics
    because of where it is in the relationship.
    All the mass/gravity objects in the
    universe are relationally locked with each other.
    All the mass/gravity objects in the universe have the
    same relationship with each other as the three charge
    objects in an electron have with each other.
     
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