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Old 10-02-2007, 02:22 PM   #1
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The quark wave functions are of the hedgehog type and the chiral angle corresponding to the classical pionic field goes to zero both at the origin and infinity.^The Skyrme parameter is varied and nontopological solutions are found in a restricted range of values.^The mass of the system is calculated and explicit solutions are shown for nodeless quark wave functions.
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The quark wave functions are of the hedgehog type and the chiral angle corresponding to the classical pionic field goes to zero both at the origin and infinity.^The Skyrme parameter is varied and nontopological solutions are found in a restricted range of values.^The mass of the system is calculated and explicit solutions are shown for nodeless quark wave functions.
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Old 10-02-2007, 03:42 PM   #6
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Did you investigate nontopological solitary wave solutions of a Skyrmion-quark lagrangian?

I'm not voting until you tell me the truth.
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Old 10-02-2007, 03:46 PM   #7
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dammit Wayne, what is that, like the 5th dead bird for you now? Seriously dude, stick with the cat...
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Old 10-02-2007, 04:14 PM   #9
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Duhhhhhhhh....I learned that in 2nd grade.

The standard model postulates that all known particles are either fundamental point particles or are composed of fundamental point particles according to a remarkably small set of rules. Just as atoms are bound states of atomic nuclei and electrons, atomic nuclei are bound states of protons and neutrons. Atomic nuclei are discussed in the next section. In this section we delve one step deeper in the heirarchy of the universe. We now believe that all hadrons are actually bound states of fundamental spin 1/2 particles called quarks. Whereas all other known particles have an electric charge equal to $\pm e$ where $e$ is the proton charge, quarks have electric charges equal to either $-e/3$ or $+2 e /3$. Leptons themselves are considered to be fundamental, so the leptons and the quarks form the basic building blocks of all matter in the universe.

Quarks are subject to electromagnetic forces via their charge, but interact most strongly via the so-called strong force. The strong force is carried by massless, uncharged, spin 1 bosons called gluons.
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what the hell have you been looking threw my math homework for beaver?
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7492 of us think he is a freak.

How in the hell did that many people vote?!
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7492 of us think he is a freak.

How in the hell did that many people vote?!




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HEY! That's uncalled for.


The point is - quarks are waves, ie able to be controlled by thoughts, therefore - you control the world around you if you so choose, and you choose by sort of bending it to your will. Kinda thing. Follow? Lemon Melon was on the right path but sorta wandered off towards the end there.



I bet $50 this poll is rigged.


Do I now have the highest voter turnout of any poll? See? I used the quarks! I WIN! HAHAHA.
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I am the American Physical Society.

Oh, definitely. Yep.
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Pft Quarks are waves. Old news. Been there, done that.

The real question is, what type of quark are you??

up, down, charm, strange, top or bottom?
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Pft Quarks are waves. Old news. Been there, done that.

The real question is, what type of quark are you??

up, down, charm, strange, top or bottom?
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The quark wave functions are of the hedgehog type ...
I clearly stated "hedgehog".
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