Our universe is made up of many different hierarchical clusters, such as quarks, nucleons (protons and neutrons), nuclei, atoms, molecules, gas clouds, planets, stars, galaxies, meta-galaxies, ad infinitum. As we move to the lower side on the hierarchy of such clusters, we hit the bottom of the hierarchy and find the smallest particles that exist, the ultimate building blocks of the universe. Indeed, the present author has proposed an infinite sub-layer quark model for the nucleon  and showed that there exists an infinite number of non-baryonic and half-electric charged and quarks at an infinite sub-layer level. The superscript CP means charge conjugation and parity transformation. The ultimate particle has all one-half quantum numbers of spin , isospin , the third component of isospin and fractional electric charge where e is the electron charge. This is derived as follows: The proton (p) and the neutron (n) are made up of and quarks, so that and . Furthermore, and quarks are made up of and , etc. In summary, and quarks at level N are made up of and quarks at level , such as and where .
Here, the and quarks have quantum numbers of spin , isospin third component of isospin , fractional electric charge , and baryon number . Thus, at , the baryon number vanishes. The fractional electric charge is derived from the Gell-mann Nishijima formula, . An infinite number of point-like quarks with and anti-quarks with are considered as constituting the nucleon. The ultimate and quarks mean really the ancient Greek atoms, since they are indivisible.
In a previous paper , the present author proposed the shell or orbit model of an infinite number of quarks by considering the Cantor Set. That is, like the atom, in place of the positively charged nucleus and instead of negatively charged electrons, the infinite number sub-layer quarks were considered. At most outer orbit, there exist an infinite number of quarks and antiquarks having all half-quantum numbers.
We applied the Cantor set based our sub-layer model to the classical atomic model. The black hole was also applied to Bohr’s classical model and some important results were obtained .
In our previous papers   and in our book , by considering the internal structure of and quarks which is described by the noncommutative geometry, that is, a two-dimensional vector space over the complex Körper C, it is shown that CP is violated only in the doublet of and quarks in the first generation. It should be emphasized that CP violation can be explained without increasing the number of particles and the second and the third generations.
In deep inelastic electron proton scattering at high energies, an infinite number of partons constituting the nucleon have been proposed  .
The parton is a fractionally charged and point-like particle. Therefore, the limit and quarks are regarded as the partons. Furthermore, a point Dirac particle with charge was already predicted in the total backward electron-proton scattering at fixed large four-momentum transfer .
In the following, we will apply an infinite sub-layer model for u and d quarks to c, s, b and t quarks and compare with the measurements in electron-positron annihilation into muon pairs and quark pairs.
2. Electron-Positron Annihilation into Muon Pairs and Quark Pairs
In electron-positron annihilation, process occurs through thephoton . R is defined as the ratio of the hadronic cross section to the muon cross section.
An infinite sublayer quark model is applied to quarks with the flavors f = u, d, s, c, t, b.
The quantum numbers in the standard quark model are shown in Table 1.
and quarks belong to the first generation,
and quarks the second generation and and quarks the third generation.
The extended Gell-mann-Nishijima formula  is written as:
Table 1. Standard quark quantum numbers. and quarks belong to the first generation, and quarks the second generation and and quarks the third generation.
Table 2. Quark quantum numbers at an infinite sub-layer level. All quantum numbers are just one-half.
3. Electron-Positron Annihilation into Muon Pairs and Quark Pairs
The lowest order QED total cross-section for the process via a virtual photon ( ) gives
where is the fine structure constant and is the center-of-mass energy .
We neglected the lepton masses. An annihilation can produce hadrons through a virtual photon ( ) and .
We obtain the total cross section:
Here are quark charges for the flavors f = u, d, s, c, b and t. are the color charges c = red, green and blue and .
The cross section ratio is written as:
Thus, from Table 2, we obtain:
Now, we compare our prediction value with the measurements in electron-positron annihilation into muon pairs and quark pairs.
As shown in Figure 1, the theoretical branching ratio R = 15/4 = 3.75 is in good agreement with the experimental values from 12.00 GeV to 46.47 GeV in electron-positron annihilation into muon pairs and quark pairs.
Figure 1. Prediction value R versus measurements from 12.00 GeV to 46.47 GeV.
Table 3. Measurements values R .
An infinite sub-layer quark level was considered. These quarks will behave, as if they were lepton since the baryon number vanishes at the infinite sub-layer level. If most of the universe is in baryons, we encounter serious difficulties in explaining the observed structure formulation . Therefore, the non-baryonic quarks are the candidates for the non-baryonic dark matter. The problem of dark matter is also discussed within the framework of extended gravity theory . The prediction value R for our model is in good agreement with the measurements at high energies from 12.00 GeV to 46.47 GeV. Furthermore, if we consider one doublet in the first generation, it is shown that CP is violated via a noncommutative geometry. Thus, the infinite sub-layer quark level may be related to CP violation in the origin of the Universe accounting for the asymmetry of the number of particles and ant-particles in the present universe. Finally, it is concluded that an infinite number of and quarks were created in the early universe after the Big Bang and are full of the present universe and form the non-baryonic dark matter.
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