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I have been assuming something I never took the time to prove because it is beyond my scope so to speak. But I am on the path, rest assured.

My question is, is it possible to describe correctly say, the color force, using a different gauge group, regardless of the difficulty? That is for example, is it possible to describe the color force, or the weak force using the gauge group U(1) regardless of the perhaps extreme difficulty?

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# Gauge group choice

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