JMP  Vol.5 No.17 , November 2014
Three Generations of Particles Are Necessary for Our Universe as Well as the Next Level of Matter
Author(s) Vladimir Burdyuzha*
Important problems of physics and cosmology may be decided if quarks, leptons and gauge bosons are composite particles. Dark matter from familons, existence of three generations of particles, existence of distinguished scales in the Universe, and fractal distribution of baryon structures are natural phenomenon in the preon model of elementary particles. The origin of the scale hierarchy in the baryon component is clarified because of this component owing to gravitation repeated dark matter structuring. In dark matter phase transitions were on different z.

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Burdyuzha, V. (2014) Three Generations of Particles Are Necessary for Our Universe as Well as the Next Level of Matter. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 1963-1973. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.517191.
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