# Particle Knots in Toric Modular Space

@article{Wet2014ParticleKI, title={Particle Knots in Toric Modular Space}, author={J. A. de Wet}, journal={Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences and Applications}, year={2014}, volume={9}, pages={45-48} }

The goal of this contribution is to relate quarks to knots or loops in a 6-space CP 3 that then collapses into a torus in real 3-space P 3 instantaneously after the Big Bang, and massive inflation, when 3 quarks unite to form nucleons.

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