Key references to this page from the following:
Hypothetical particles beg the question, “What is fundamental?” (April 20, 2023)
Universal Grid of Infinitesimal spheres: https://81018.com/grid/ (January 2023)
Functional Analysis — https://81018.com/analysis/#Functional — is an analysis of the
JWST Carina Nebula: Ontological and Cosmological Conundrums (August 2022)
https://81018.com/parameters/#9a (Nov. 2022)
Thousands upon thousands of scientists and scholars have focused on one or more of the hypothetical particles. In this section of this website, we will begin to focus on the work of a few of them. To date, we have begun to study the work of Frank Wilczek with his axion and anyon, Alan Guth with his inflaton, Dr..Mansoora Shamim, a Pakistani postdoc who introduced us to squarks and gluinos, and Jogesh Pati with his preons.
Other hypothetical particles also include the chargino, gaugino, gravitino, Higgsino, neutralino, photino, sleptons, sneutrino, and the bino–wino-zino. That’s just the beginning. Other theories predict many more particles of which dozens more have only been conditionally defined.
Hypothetical Particles Hold Clues to the dynamics of each infinitesimal notation, 0-64.
A section about Attractors–Repellers is slowly being developed.
From among Wikipedia’s listings, there are many more hypothetical particles. All lists are incomplete. Here, the first link will always go to the Wikipedia overview and the second link to our listings of primary articles by scholars. There may be just one (1) article yet as many as ten (10). Always, you will be invited to rank order your top three articles — the three most informative for you. You will also be able to include articles not listed here.
48 hypothetical particles (or constructs):
- Axion (3) (We are keeping an eye on the SphereX analyses.)
- Dark photon
- Dual graviton
- Dual photon
- Faddeev–Popov ghosts
- Geon (Wheeler)
- Glueballs (gluonium)
- Graviscalar (or radion)
- Inflaton (Homepage)
- Heavy spin-0 particle with γγ
- Magnetic monopole
- Magnetic photon
- Majorana fermion
- Mirror particles
- Oh-My-God particle
- Sleptons (sfermion)
- Squarks (sfermion)
- Sterile neutrinos (LSND results)
- W′ and Z′ bosons
- X and Y boson
- X17 particle
- Z′ bosons (seven categories)
- Zino: (Z͂), superpartner of the Z boson
- Yet, over the years, there have been many, many others cited.
Add to the list above, substantial work done within the following:
- Dark energy, i.e. candidates include Acceleron, Chameleon
- Dark matter candidates
- Exotic Matter
- Quasiparticles: Anyon, Exciton, Phonon and many others (list)
- Speed, i.e. bradyon
Others proposed but largely forgotten
Lists from scholars around the world. i.e. this one from McGill University
Quasiparticles need constant review: “Solids are made of only three kinds of particles: electrons, protons, and neutrons. Quasiparticles are none of these; instead, each of them is an emergent phenomenon that occurs inside the solid.” There is a hypothetical quality-and-sense of many quasiparticles.
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