## Archivo para la etiqueta ‘dark positrons’ I have drown in this picture the mirror symmetries that we think there are in fermions and bosons.

We consider “atomic fundamental particles” as fields created by the intersection of at least two entangled – intersected – gravitational fields that vary with equal or opposite phases.

When those entangled gravitational fields vary with opposite phases – if one expands the other one contracts and vice versa – the 4 created fields are fermions.

And when they vary with the same phase – they expand at the same time, and later they both contract – the 4 created fields are bosons.

In the picture above you can see the mirror symmetries, that are inverted symmetries called “mirror reflection” or “parity”, that create the variation of those entangled gravitational fields.

In the picture above I have drown bosons with a different spatial location than fermions to see easily the similar symmetries that exists between them. Later I will put a picture with bosons drawn in the correct position. (Bosons don not move toward right and left as you can see in the picture above, they move toward up and down as yo could see in the that I will put below).

You can see in the picture above the red arrows that create the variation of the entangled gravitational fields: fermions in momentum 1 have exactly the same red arrows than bosons at momentum 1; and fermions at momentum 2 have the same red arrows that bosons have at momentum 2.

There is a spatial displacement toward the left side at momentum 1 in fermions and bosons, and there is a spatial displacement toward the right side in fermions and bosons at momentum 2.

In fermions, and momentum 1, the field 2 is an “electron”. It have experienced a spatial displacement toward the left side (from right to left). This displacement and the direction of its motions toward the left side represent a negative charge.(For us electrical charges are spatial displacements).

At this momentum 1, the fermion field 4 has the same displacement toward the left side and it experiences the same forces of pressure and motions than fermion field 2 in this momentum 1. So here the field 4 has a mirror symmetry that is inverted with respect to the field 2.

At momentum 2 in fermions, there is the same mirror symmetry between field 2 and field 4, although now their directions are opposite with respect that they had at momentum 1. They act as antiparticles in different times.

So there is an inverted symmetry at the same time, and an opposite symmetry in different times.

Then, field 2 at momentum 2 is a positron with a positive “charge” with respect to the field 1 at momentum 1, and field 4 at momentum 2 is an inverted positron with respect field 2 at momentum 2.

We consider that field 4 here represents a dark matter, looking at it from the concave side of the entangled gravitational fields. Because field 4 is placed outside the gravitational fields, in their convex side. So we could not see its electromagnetic radiation if we are looking at it from the concave side, we will need to watch it from the convex gravitational side. The idea of dark mater is only a question of where are we looking at from.

In bosons, at momentum 1, the field 2 experiences the same pressure and with the same directions than the fermion-field-1 at momentum 1. This boson field 2 does not have the same volume than that fermion-field-1 at momentum 1. We could call “neutron” at the fermion-field-1 at momentum 1, and “proton” at fermion-field-3 at momentum 2). But the masses that we will mesure will be different, because although the boson-field-2 at momentum 1 has the same force of pressure on it than those mentioned fermions, it has much more volume than them.

Here there is a mirror symmetry between field 2 and field 4.

Field 4, in bosons at momentum 1 experiences the same decompression of forces that had fermion-field-3 at momentum 1 and fermion-field-1 at momentum 2. We can consider at these pressureless fermions field 3 and 1 as “neutrinos” and “antineutrinos”.

The boson field 4 at momentum 1 do not have the same volume but it has the same lack of forces on it. So we could consider the boson-field-4 at momentum 1 as a dark neutrino. Because it is outside the gravitational curvatures.

At momentum 2, the lack of pressure in bosons is experienced by the field number 2. The field number 2 here is suffering a decay in its energy. But this energy is now placed at the other side of the symmetric central line that I have drown in the picture as you can see it. There is now a displacement toward the right side like we saw in fermions at momentum 2.

Now all the energy that had lost the boson-field-2 at momentum 2 is a dark energy placed on the boson field 4 at momentum 2, because it is placed outside of the gravitational curvatures, in the convex side of the gravitational fields. The symmetry that exists between field 2 and field 4 when it comes to bosons at momentum 2 is a mirror symmetry too. Theres is an inverted symmetry here. But it is a symmetry between matter and dark matter.

This dark boson field 4 at momentum acts as a dark proton because it has the same forces of pressure, and with the same direction that we saw in fermion-field-3 at momentum 2 (that we called proton).

We can play with all this terms and create all the relations that we want as we were playing with an equation with the security that we are saying the correct things.

For example, we could say that the mirror symmetry that exist in the weak interaction between an antineutrino and a dark proton is exactly the same that must exist between an antineutrino and a proton when it comes to fermions. So the difference between fermions and bosons in this particular case is the participation of dark matter in bosons.

But for us this kind of combinations are only different ways to say the same thing, focusing only in particular situations or momentums.

Bosons fields 1 and 3, have a mirror symmetry between them at momentum 1 and at momentum 2 as you can see too.

And there is an opposite symmetry between them at momentum 1 and and 2. Bosons field 1 and field 3 at momentum 2, have a mirror reflection symmetry between them and we consider them as an electron and an inverted el, when it comes to bosons, the inverted electron and positron are mirror matters, but they are not dark matters.

When it comes to fermions, inverted electrons and positrons are mirror dark matters with respect to electrons and positrons.

Now you can see below the same picture than before but with correct position of bosons, and you can see now that boson fields number 1 and 3 at momentum 1 and 2 do not have a right to left and left to right motions. They have up and to down and dow to up motions. We consider that “weak interactions” take place when the entangled gravitational fields are expanded at the same time. So we are in a temporary an periodical moment (momentum 2) of bosons. But really weak interaction have their counterpart in the “dark strong interactions” that take place in the convex side of the entangled gravitational fields always, without exception, that occur a weak interaction.

What we call dark matter at field 4 will emit a dark radiation that will correspond with the radiation that we would observe if we sent an x ray against a diatomic material element. This emitted radiation will have a different or opposite direction with respect to the direction of the ray that we sent.

Dark matter is dark depending on the position that we observe it.

We could refer too to the different transformations that take place in each field numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 at each momentum.

It is easy, looking at the pictures above, to deduce how a positive energy decays into a negative energy in a field that experiences a decompression, and how this energies emerge in the opposite field that experiences a negative to positive energy, an increasing kinetic energy because of the increasing forces of pressure on it. This pictures explain the conservation of mass and energy principles as we have explained in other posts on this blog.

It could be interesting too look at the pictures and to see how the “mass” of each “fundamental particle” (each field number 1, 2, 3, and 4) is created by the other ones. So if we focused only in fields number 1, 2, 3, and 4, forgetting that they are only intersections and variations of the left and right entangled gravitational fields, we could say that fundamental particles interact between them, and that their periodical transformations affect to others.

In this sense, we could say by example that when it comes to fermions, the decompression of a proton transforms the proton into a neutrino with a negative energy (it is negative because the transformation occurs from the energy of proton – as consequence of the higher pressure force that there is on it, to a lack of energy in neutrino as a consequence of the lack of pressure forces on it). The negative energy of neutrino produces the displacement toward the left side of the electron, and the displacement toward the left side of its dark mirror counter-particle, a dark inverted electron. The movement of the electron and its dark mirror electron produce a compression that transforms the existent antineutrino into a neutron.

Later, the negative energy created by the decompression of the antineutrino creates the displacement toward the right side of the positron and its inverted counter-particle, the dark mirror positron. The movement of positron and its dark mirror positron creates a compression on the existent neutrino that is transformed because of this compression forces into a proton.

And this occurs periodically.

So it is possible to deduce that the mass of a fermionic neutron is created by an electron and a dark mirror electron. And a fermionic proton is created by a positron and a dark mirror positron.

When it comes to fermions electron and positron are its own antiparticle at different times. They are Majorana antiparticles in different times. The dark mirror electron is a Dirac antiparticle of the electron. And the dark mirror positron is a Dirac antiparticle of the positron.

So when it comes to fermions we could say that electrons are Majorana antiparticles of positrons at different times, and they are Dirac antiparticles of dark mirror electrons at the same time. In the same sense we could say positrons are Majorana antiparticles of electrons at different times, and they are Dirac antiparticles of dark mirror positrons at the same time.

In the case of bosons, when the higher energy photon is emitted and the decay of energy occurs, this energy appears in the fourth dimension as a dark energy of the dark mirror matter. This dark mirror energy is antigravitational because it is opposite to the direction of the gravitational fluxes that pressure on matters creating the gravitational fields.

So, we can say that when it comes to bosons, the weak interaction has its counterpart in a strong dark interaction that is the inverted reflection of the weak interaction. This strong dark mirror interaction is antigravitational.

These kind of statements sound very exotic, but they are the simple description of the same mechanism that you can see represented in the pictures above.

In the currently used terms, it could be said that in our opinion a neutron is formed, in the case of fermions, by a down quark and an up dark mirror quark. And a positron is formed in the case of fermions by a down quark and an up dark mirror quark.

Currently is not accepted that electrons are formed (from right to left) – when it comes to fermions – by an up quark and a down quark. Dark mirror electrons, are formed for us (from right to left) by a down dark quark and an up dark quark. Positrons are formed for us 8from left to right) by an up quark and a down quark, and dark mirror positrons are formed (from left to right) by a down dark quark and an up dark quark.

In the case of bosons, electrons and positrons are formed (from down to up) from a “electrically charged” button quark and a “electrically charged” top quark.