Answer to Question #39286 in Atomic and Nuclear Physics for Julian A Hollins
My question is this. Due to the composite nature of quarks I deduce that there are more then the convintional quark types and that they carry forces, not forces of nature but forces of energy and these are the key to discovering darm matter, which is anti gravitational and very "cold" but the cold is due to masslessness. Can quarks carry forces?
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