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Beauty Baryons and Neutrinos as Dark Matter

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Author(s)

Egon Marx

Abstract

Dark matter, according to a model of strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions of elementary particles called the SWEEP model, is composed of beauty baryons and neutrions. In this model, all particles are composed of only three basic particle: the pion, the neutrino, and the archyon or beaury baryon. Strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions are all mediated by the pion field, whence neutrinos and archyons could be present in a region of space free of pions and be subject only to gravitational interactions. Localized electromagnetic fields that interact only with the gravitational field can also exist in such a region.
Citation
Physics Essays
Volume
17

Keywords

beauty baryon, dark energy, dark matter, gravitation, neutrino, SWEEP model

Citation

Marx, E. (2003), Beauty Baryons and Neutrinos as Dark Matter, Physics Essays (Accessed April 20, 2024)
Created January 1, 2003, Updated February 19, 2017