Unified Theory of Everything and QQD
Paul Kiu S. Suh
Cosmo.One Group, Woodbury, USA.
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The fully Unified Theory of {Strong, EM, Weak, Gravity} interactions all arising from the unique source of electronic charges has been established. The theory proves that the Nature is astutely simple in essence, and the most of the recently promoted circuitous physics seem to be incorrect in the new light. In the proposed theory, the 100% of matter and energy content of the Universe, including the dark matter and energy, is predicted in terms of a single integer parameter L in one-to-one agreement with the observation. To boot, the {Z, W} bosons are proven to be compound states with their innate heavy masses; they never have been zero-mass particles, and the Higgs boson is uncalled for. The unified theory also has explicated the ever mysterious strong interaction number “137”, and leads to QQD (Quantum Quark Dynamics) parallel to the QED. The QQD gives, for example, very simple explanation of “Asymptotic Freedom” without requiring the unwarranted and arduously complex QCD.

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