Unification of the Theories of Photon and Meson


ONE of the puzzling features of the modern theory of matter is the considerable number of different ultimate particles: photons, neutrinos, negative and positive electrons, mesons, protons and neutrons. To each type of particle corresponds a certain type of field, and all these fields are supposed to exist simultaneously in space.

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