TOPOLOGICALLY ENTANGLED ENERGY AS A MODEL OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES
Keywords:elementary particle, topology, energy, entangle, complex system, mathematical modeling
Despite the fact that many mathematical models of elementary particles have already been created in theoretical physics, this question still remains open, because a model of an elementary particle that would meet all the requirements and experimental data has not yet been found. We decided to propose another model of elementary particles, which in our opinion is one that correlates well with the results of observations. Our model is that an elementary particle is an energy that takes on a topologically entangled shape. Elementary particles differ not in the energy that makes them up, but in the form in which this energy circulates. If this topological form can unravel under some circumstances, then the particle will not be elementary. If this form is such that it is impossible or very difficult to unravel it under any circumstances, then this particle will look stable as a result of our observation in experiments.
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