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The Planck Mass Particle Finally Discovered! The True God Particle! Good bye to the Point Particle Hypothesis!

  title={The Planck Mass Particle Finally Discovered! The True God Particle! Good bye to the Point Particle Hypothesis!},
  author={E. Haug},
In this paper we suggest that one single fundamental particle exists behind all matter and energy. We claim that this particle has a spatial dimension and diameter equal to the Planck length and a mass equal to half of the Planck mass. Further, we will claim this particle is indivisible, that is it was never created and can never be destroyed. All other subatomic particles, in spite of having much lower masses than the Planck mass, are easily explained by the existence of such an indivisible… Expand

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