Generation Model of Particle Physics with Excited Rishon States

Brian Albert Robson
2019 Journal of High Energy Physics Gravitation and Cosmology  
It is proposed that the Generation Model (GM) of particle physics, which describes the elementary particles, the six leptons, the six quarks and the three weak bosons, of the Standard Model (SM) as composite particles in terms of three kinds of rishons and their antiparticles may be mimicking a simpler model, employing only two kinds of rishons and their antiparticles. origin of mass, contrary to Einstein's conclusion. Furthermore, the SM does not provide any physical explanation, as distinct
more » ... tion, as distinct from the purely mathematical Higgs mechanism, for the origin of the masses of the leptons and quarks, as discussed by Lyre [7] . The Generation Model (GM) [2] [8] of particle physics, which was developed primarily to describe the three generations of leptons and quarks of the SM, [9] led to a composite model of all the elementary particles of the SM: the six leptons, the six quarks and the weak bosons, W and Z, mediating the weak interactions.
doi:10.4236/jhepgc.2019.51006 fatcat:wv2qkdfs2jhrpkdm3wgsazglx4