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The Geometry of Fermions

@inproceedings{Brannen2004TheGO,
  title={The Geometry of Fermions},
  author={Carl A. Brannen},
  year={2004}
}
The Geometry of Fermions Carl Brannen (Dated: December 2, 2004) This paper analyzes the structure of the elementary fermions using the Geometric Algebras derived from several candidates for the manifold of space-time. One candidate, the Proper Time Geometry, is shown to be consistent with a simple interpretation of the fermions that requires subparticles here called \binons." An explicit solution for the fermion structure is shown. The result is a fully geometric version of the standard model… 

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