Big Table using pure mathematics. (see link below)
This cannot be done using only CERN experimental results.
It relies on the classical conjecture that a neutron plus
a positron is equal to a proton. All neutral particles have
been reduced by .2% All particles with no known charge have
been taken as both. The positive charge has same mass and the
neutral charge has the reduction. Neither generates a pair,
but can only do so with a separate particle. These rules
generate the smallpairs table. The error margin is nominal
in place of the slide rule accuracy of the CERN results.
The above indicates that all particles have a pair.
The above rules and giving all particles a pair derives 4741
particles from the 1000 experimental results of CERN.
The software has been updated to version 5 and has no glass
ceiling. It is ready to run using only the input files
particle.dat and particle.txt Output file electron.lst for option 1
and particle.lst for option 2 need to be renamed or deleted prior
to each run. The first four answers to option 1 are 3, 4000, 2 and 9.
Option 3 has 5 answers;- minus goes back one, plus goes forward 20,
even goes back to first, quit exits this particle and more looks at
next page of this particle. For type 88 reduce the error margin and
for type 99 increase the error margin. The range is affected by
adjustments to the first error margin in the two dat and txt files and
subsequent error margins within them.
3.5d-06 down to 1.0d-06 down to 7.0d-07 down to 3.5d-07
OUTfull 4000 v5 449938097129016
NB Citation for CERN Monte Carlo particle numbering system, one of three,
the other two are for analysis. I drew a picture.Loading Image...
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Model of Electron (Quark/Lepton) by Tony Lance Dip.Math.(Open) MMXVII
By definition you cannot do this to a quark.