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Spinnor

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In another thread I posted this graphic,

How does this picture above need to be modified to include gravitation if possible?

What does the M+ and the M- represent?

Is there a place for the Higgs particle in the above picture?

Could the above picture be turned into a movie and show say an electron emitting a photon or a quark emitting a gluon or an electron positron annihilation into photons?

Thanks for any help!

Graphic from here, http://www.diffusion.ens.fr/vip/pageJ03.html

How does this picture above need to be modified to include gravitation if possible?

What does the M+ and the M- represent?

Is there a place for the Higgs particle in the above picture?

Could the above picture be turned into a movie and show say an electron emitting a photon or a quark emitting a gluon or an electron positron annihilation into photons?

Thanks for any help!

Graphic from here, http://www.diffusion.ens.fr/vip/pageJ03.html

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