I've come across Stephen Wolfram's (creator of Mathematica) original paper in the 70s when he authored it when he was still a teenager, I think (which is pretty genius).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyway it's about electrons that seemed to have "a neutral vector gluon cloud" and interact with gluons and the strong interaction . I was shocked to read about this and wondered if this is experimentally true? Are there really "Hadronic Electrons"?

Here's the article/paper from the website for reference: http://www.stephenwolfram.com/publications/articles/particle/75-hadronic/index.html

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# Hadronic Electrons (Wolfram article, 1975)

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