A simple explanation of the non-appearance of physical gluons and quarks

@inproceedings{Hansson2002ASE,
  title={A simple explanation of the non-appearance of physical gluons and quarks},
  author={Johan Hansson},
  year={2002}
}
This is the reply to a comment by Andreas Aste on a previous article of mine in Can.J.Phys. The counter-arguments used by Aste utilize a mathematical limit without physical meaning. We still contend that in QCD, the particles “gluons” and “quarks” are merely artifacts of an approximation method (the perturbative expansion) and are simply absent in the exact theory. The critique of my previous article [1] by Aste [2] centers on scattering theory (S-matrix) and plane wave solutions to the… CONTINUE READING

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