The Muon

Seed-Aggregate Model

We describe the mechanics of muons by weaving together various chains of events that link absorption and emission processes. The archetypal history that these interactions modify is

$\Psi \left( \,\sf{\mu}^{-} \right) = \left( \sf{\Omega}_{1}, \sf{\Omega}_{2}, \sf{\Omega}_{3} \ \ldots \ \right)$

where each orbital cycle $\sf{\Omega}$ is a bundle of 40 Anaxagorean sensations; 8 right-side and 12 left-side somatic sensations; 2 hot, 2 freezing, 2 steamy and 2 cold thermal sensations; 4 red, 4 green and 4 white visual sensations. Here is a visual representation of the muon made by combining the icons of its components

austral-seed.png austral-seed.png
top-seed.png ordinary-seed.png ordinary-seed.png charmed-seed.png
bottom-seed.png ordinary-seed.png odd-seed.png odd-seed.png ordinary-seed.png strange-seed.png
meridian-seed.png odd-seed.png odd-seed.png up-seed.png up-seed.png odd-seed.png odd-seed.png meridian-seed.png
meridian-seed.png odd-seed.png odd-seed.png up-seed.png up-seed.png odd-seed.png odd-seed.png meridian-seed.png
bottom-seed.png ordinary-seed.png odd-seed.png odd-seed.png ordinary-seed.png strange-seed.png
top-seed.png ordinary-seed.png ordinary-seed.png charmed-seed.png
austral-seed.png austral-seed.png

Each Anaxagorean sensation defines a seed. So a muon can be modeled as the seed-aggregate

$\sf{\Omega} \left(\, \sf{\mu}^{-} \right) = \mathrm{4}\sf{U} + \mathrm{2}\sf{B} + \mathrm{2}\sf{T} + \mathrm{2}\sf{S } + \mathrm{2}\sf{C} + \mathrm{4}\sf{M} + \mathrm{4}\sf{A} + \mathrm{8}\sf{O} + \mathrm{12}\bar{\sf{O}}$


A Quark Model of the Muon

The quark hypothesis proposes that pairs of seeds are always bound together as quarks. So to make a more detailed model of the muon, seeds are associated in these pairs

top-seed.png + ordinary-seed.png top-quark.png
bottom-seed.png + odd-seed.png bottom-anti-quark.png
strange-seed.png + odd-seed.png strange-anti-quark.png
charmed-seed.png + ordinary-seed.png charmed-quark.png
up-seed.png + odd-seed.png up-anti-quark.png
austral-seed.png + ordinary-seed.png austral-quark.png
meridian-seed.png + odd-seed.png meridian-anti-quark.png

so that a muon consists of twenty quarks. And here is a visual representation of the muon that combines their icons. The back row of quarks is exactly the same as the front row.

$\begin{align} \sf{\Omega} \left(\, \sf{\mu}^{-} \right) = \mathrm{4}\bar{\sf{u}} &+ \mathrm{2}\bar{\sf{b}} + \mathrm{2}\sf{t} + \mathrm{2}\bar{\sf{s}} + \mathrm{2}\sf{c} + \mathrm{4}\bar{\sf{m}}+ \mathrm{4}\sf{a} \end{align}$

muon.png

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