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Summary:

Correct?
A quark has 6 degrees of freedom.
Main Question or Discussion Point
In computer science we simplify lots of things down to arrays. Tensor equations just show the symmetries between these multidimensional arrays. And any model of a quark in our ordered world must have N degrees of freedom.
The term called Degrees of Freedom is simple enough. For example a XYZ coordinate has 3 degrees of freedom. A XY plane has 2 degrees of freedom.
Does anyone disagrees with my premise that a quark has 12 degrees of freedom technically but each one pairs off (matter and antimatter versions ) SO a quark has 6 degrees of freedom in Space.
The term called Degrees of Freedom is simple enough. For example a XYZ coordinate has 3 degrees of freedom. A XY plane has 2 degrees of freedom.
Does anyone disagrees with my premise that a quark has 12 degrees of freedom technically but each one pairs off (matter and antimatter versions ) SO a quark has 6 degrees of freedom in Space.