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   The propagation of the virtual gluon - Star trek interpretation

 

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2) The gluon doesnít know its destination on forehand. By example the just sets off as a gluon that is meant to couple with a cyan quark. It boldly goes where no gluon had gone before, intending just to roam around until it has found its cyan destination. There always is one in an antibaryon.

The emitting quark before emission is unknown and is in its familiar superposition of 6 states,
spin +1/2 , spin +1/2 , spin +1/2 ,
spin -1/2 , spin -1/2 , spin -1/2 .
Each of the 6 states then emits a superposition of 3 gluons with the 3 possible anticolors cyan, magenta and yellow in its lower part. The spin of each emitted gluon state is determined by the spin of the emitting quark. A superposition of 3 * 6 = 18 gluon spheres sets off from the quark, 9 different spin+1 gluons and 9 different spin-1 gluons. There is no merging to reduce this number.
 

 
A quark (first 3 columns) emits a gluon (middle 2 columns) which turns the quark into (last 3 columns)
 
  A second quark (3 colís) receives a gluon (2 colís) which turns the quark into (3 colís). Or passes by (not shown).
 
start
state
spin co-
lor
  spin colors   spin co-
lor
end
state
  start
state
spin co-
lor
  spin colors   spin co-
lor
end
state
 
   5    5
1+1/2  +1  -1/24   1+1/2  -1  -1/24
   6    6
 
   6    6
2+1/2  +1  -1/25   2+1/2  -1  -1/25
   4    4
 
   4    4
3+1/2  +1  -1/26   3+1/2  -1  -1/26
   5    5
   2    2
4-1/2  -1  +1/21   4-1/2  +1  +1/21
   3    3
 
   3    3
5-1/2  -1  +1/22   5-1/2  +1  +1/22
   1    1
 
   1    1
6-1/2  -1  +1/23   6-1/2  +1  +1/23
   2    2
 

There is a second quark in the unknown 6-fold state. When our 18-fold gluon arrives at the second quark the world splits in 18 * 6 = 108 states. The second quark can only absorb a gluon of appropriate spin. So for each of the six starting states of the second quark half of the 18 gluons pass by without interacting. From the resulting 9 quarks only 3 of them - with the appropriate lower color - are absorbed. The remaining 6 are passing by. So 9 + 6 = 15 gluons pass by and 3 gluons are absorbed by each of the 6 starting second quark states. As observed from the outside the second quark absorbs 6 * 3 = 18 gluons and 6 * 15 = 90 gluons pass by.
Remember there were 18 different gluons arriving. Each of these 18 gluons appears in each of the 6 starting second quark states. So then there were 6 identical gluons from which 1 is absorbed, leaving 5 identical gluons ready to merge again. After passing by the second quark they indeed do so. Then 90/5 = 18 gluons remain, what precisely is the gluon-superposition before emission. This complete virtual gluon precisely fits in the hole the absorptions made in the 18 coinciding gluon spheres emitted by the first quark.

When a virtual gluon meets an unknown quark there are 18 color-absorptions and an 18-fold gluonsphere passing by as if there had been no absorption. See the second half of the column, the half at the right.

When entering a gluons world the chance is 1 to find it somewhere on the ever expanding 18 gluon sphere and most likely to find it remote from the place of the second quark. In this way once again an inverse square force law appears, with no restriction on force range and no reason for color to be confined.

Interpretation number 2 seems to fail too. Shall we consider the last interpretation, number 1?


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