Analogue for the strong and Weak force

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The photo shows a weak iron pyramid yoke with a permanent magnetic bar rotating in the centre of the pyramid frame. By driving with a external electric motor the centre dipole in the yoke the magnetic flux in the weak iron yoke has a sinus wave shape in time which activates the twelve rotors permanent magnets in the yoke frame. Apparently these dipoles may be either co rotating or arranged in pairs per pyramid limb counter rotating. In the absolute sense for the phase space of time co-rotation represents matter and counter rotation anti matter using the same sinus wave. In honour to Harald Chmela who build this little analogue for the spherical permanent magnet, is called the Chmela dipole, :

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Learned from the magnetic analogue was the axial force along the driving shaft for the centre rotor needed to be restrained by a dedicated bearing. The discovery of an axial force along the spin direction is the break through to explain the weak and the strong interaction force. After about 6 or 7 years this experiment of the magnetic analogue for the three dimensional phase space of time was understood as a time dipole for quantized momentum simulating the strong or weak force, the axial force along the rotation axis of a spinning quark or lepton ensemble to be kept in equilibrium by an external vector field of pseudo vector neutrinos.

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The time dipole or Chmela dipole represents the spin in the phase space of time but in our 3D Newtonian space reality the pseudo vector neutrinos carry out this internal dynamic arrangement in pyramid symmetry balancing the axial force in a mirrored setup while the direction of the spin in both is the same balancing the axial force. The strong force is carried by pseudo τ- neutrinos for the proton and the electron has pseudo µ-neutrinos in up and down symmetry for the weak force.

Normalize the dipole between the ½c perpendicular crossing ribs to c then virtual photon exchange is an option, while the maximum end velocity of ½√2c of an accelerated point for the component of the pseudo vectors reaches this end velocity which is expressed as the new length of the ribs, ½ √2c instead of ½ c. It explains why the end velocity of a pseudo vector never reaches c.

See Bk1, chap 1 and 2 for further explanation and proof.

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