Hmm the pion is not exactly strongly interacting; it is the carrier of the strong nuclear interaction. To say that it is strongly interacting is as to say that the photon is electromagnetically interacting.Miserable said:No, it doesn't work since the pions are strongly interacting and the muon isn't.
An scalar isosinglet with the pions? You mean, eta? Or do you mean that pions and eta are pseudoscalars, not scalars. The point then is the eigenstate of parity, and I am not sure of how this works in susy theories (they use Weyl spinors, do they?).BenLillie said:The degrees of freedom don't match here. Are you including a scalar isosinglet with the pions?
No problem for tau, its mass is near the charmed mesons, and even no so far from the B ones (after all, Susy is broken, even if not as badly as in usual models)Also, where are the partners of the electron and the tau?
See the thread https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=76937Mk said:What does preonic mean?