RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

October 24, 2015

The “Glueball”–Exotic Nonsense

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 6:07 pm

Of course, quarks and gluons don’t exist in the Reciprocal System.  So what could a meson resonance with a mass of 1710 MeV/c^2 be?

Mesons, in the Reciprocal System, are cosmic (inverse matter) atoms.  One possibility is that this f0(1710) particle is a brief union (or association) of c-C (cosmic carbon or a version of the delta meson) plus a kaon, one rotational system of  c-Kr (cosmic krypton).  From The Reciprocal System:  Microcosmos Database, we see that c-C with one cosmic gravitational charge and one material gravitational charge has a mass of 1217.5 MeV/c^2.  A kaon has a mass of 491.5 MeV/c^2, and are commonly produced in accelerator experiments.  Adding the two together gives 1709 MeV/c^2.  For there to be an actual merger, the photon axis of the kaon would have to be oriented precisely the same as that of one of the two photon axes of the c-C atom.  This would usually not be the case, so this combination would be quite rare, as observed.  It would also not be stable–it’s a resonance, afterall!  It’s also possible that no actual merger takes place–just a very close association, then a quick exit of the kaon.

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edited 10/26/2015

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