**The
2D-extendedness of all elementary particles is described by two**
consecutive first order time derivatives. This can only be solved
mathematically with two B(oundary)C(onditions).
Both BC can be solved either as open-BC or as closed-BC.
Open BC allow interactions in all 3D-spacelike directions. As a
direct result such particles interact with the spin2 gravitational
field, i.e. must have masses > 0!
Such particles also allow more so-called particle families,
i.e. they describe the well-known fermions with half-integer spins.
All extended bosons must be solved with closed BC,
so only interact in the direction of motion (worldline). As a direct
result only bosons have the possibility to be massless.
The fact that the solution of the 2D-extendedness is open or closed
explains the statistical behavior of fermions and bosons
in interactions completely.
**This is
explained in the following PDF: **
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27-08-2015 18:53:06 |