An Algebraic Approach to QCD and Superconduction

@inproceedings{Wet2013AnAA,
  title={An Algebraic Approach to QCD and Superconduction},
  author={J. A. de Wet},
  year={2013}
}
The SU3 spin connections in an Elliptic Space are found to provide the two vortices at an angle of ω = 120 degrees shown in Fig.3.Then by relating the vertices of the 24-cell,labeled by 0, ±1 ,ω , ω 2 to quarks and leptons,we can show that they all occupy elliptic spaces. In particular Fig.3 could illustrate a Cooper pair of electrons,if cold enough.Otherwise a single electron, which can inhabit either vortex core, may act as a link in a superconducting chain on a nanowire at a finite… 
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