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All solutions of extendedness of all elementary particles show all characteristics of the well-known Hilbert-space of QM, i.e. it answers problem 6 of the 23 problems posed by David Hilbert in 1900 completely.

Our universe has 3 families of fermions which only have different rest-masses. The total symmetry group of our 4D-universe is the CAP extended SR Poincaré-group. This symmetry-group only shows stable spins s є{2, 1, ˝}. The only massless particles are the spin1 photon, the force particle of the anti-symmetrical EM-field and the spin2 graviton, the force particle of the symmetrical gravitation field. The photon only shows polarization in the 2 directions orthogonal to the direction of motion. The spin2 graviton must have 2 independent polarization modes, each described using a 4D space-time vector, of which the first mode describes the so-called directional polarizations, just as the polarizations of the photon, of which only 2 exist.
The stable sources of the gravitational field and the EM-field are resp. the spin˝ mass and charge.
The only elementary fermions in our universe are the charged electron, muon and tauon, and the chargeless electron-, muon- and tauon-neutrino families.
All fermions have so-called anti-particles characterized by reversal of sign of charge or of sign exchange of helicity, i.e. spin in the case of neutrino's.
The total gauge symmetry of the CAP extended SR Poincaré symmetry group is the group: U(1)xSU(2)xSU(3). U(1)xSU(2) describes the photon and the weak nuclear forces and SU(3) describes all quarks, of which 3 again families exist. All quarks are charged, so have anti-quarks with reversed sign. In my model quarks are described as spin3/2 fermions without so-called isospin. This explains why quarks can't occur on their own. All possible combined quarks are called hadrons. The spin˝ fermions are the so-called baryons (for example the proton and neutron in the 1st particles family) and the combined bosons are called gluons (the combined quarks which hold together a colorless baryon) and mesons.

Spinless elementary particles can't exist, because they always move on their SR worldline and as a result don't have mathematical freedom to describe curvature of space-time, i.e. such particles do NOT comply to the CAP!

To me the general assumed elementary spinless massive Higgs particle will never be discovered!!!
All divergences in all local Q(uantum)F(ield)T(heories) disappear if all elementary particles are described extended in the 2D-plane orthogonal to the observed direction of motion. A so-called Higgs-mechanism isn't needed any more and isn't even allowed to end up with a non-reducible description.

All so-called Super(i.e. 2D)String theories also aren't valid! Any arbitrary description with other than 3 space like degrees of freedom are fiction, for in any non-4D-spacetime mathematical description nothing can be described mathematical! Besides that, the only correct description of all everyone is able to experience must be a non-reducible description, so so-called super-partners are not possible.
As Edward Witten describes, there are 2 independent causes of uncertainty. The first causes are the uncertainty relations of QM and the second cause according to Edward Witten is the size of the string with size equal to the Planck-length. I can't agree on this idea, to me all uncertainty relations of QM are explained exactly in a SR description when curvature of space-time is taken into account as demanded by the CAP.

An interview with Grigori Perelman on 28-03-2011 about computating hollowness of Everything!


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