From: William Alek [mailto:alekws@...
Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2005 11:04 AM
To: Robert J. Brown
Subject: One Stable Particle
I mention at Sakura's that there's only one stable fundamental particle in
the universe, and its the electron. Here's the paper that discusses this
All "other" particles are short-lived consequences of the particle
accelerator. Therefore, they are NOT considered to be true particles.
The author shows how two electrons join to form a proton and a neutron.
This means that ALL elements can be disassociated down to one fundamental
William S. Alek
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