Why does the Standard Model fail to explain the elementary particles


 Yuri A. Rylov

Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences
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Updated October 6, 2008


It is shown, that our contemporary knowledge of geometry is insufficient, because we know only axiomatizable geometries. With such a knowledge of geometry one cannot investigate properly physics of microcosm and structure of elementary particles. One can obtain only a phenomenological systematics of elementary particles, whose construction does not need a discrimination mechanism. The discrimination mechanism, responsible for discrete characteristics of elementary particles, can be created only on the basis of a granular (discrete and continuous simultaneously) space-time geometry.

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