Saturday, May 22, 2004


Welcome, to the Little TOE. A minimum set theory of everthing.

A theory of everything. How the Higgs field of particles yields all things large and small.

Three 1/3 charge Higgs combine to give an electron. Three holes in the Higgs lattice form a positron.

We see a displaced Higgs as a -1/3 charge quark. And the hole in the lattice as a +1/3 charge quark. Two holes associated at a low energy level are an up quark. And a single Higgs at low energy is a down quark.

Four holes (two pairs) sewn together by a single down quark are a proton. Two holes carried around by two down quarks (two low energy level Higgs) are a neutron.