# Hilbert Book Model Project/Slide S1

hbmp Hilbert Book Model Project S1

In the The base model a set of platforms float over the background parameter space
These platforms carry a symmetry center ${\color {yellow}{\mathfrak {S}}_{n}^{x}}$ , which represents a private parameter space

Each symmetry center owns a private sequencing, which determines its symmetry flavor

Symmetry Flavor

sequence binary R/L color charge SM type

${\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle \blacktriangle \blacktriangle \blacktriangle }$ 0000 R N +0 neutrino

${\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle \blacktriangle \blacktriangle }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }$ 0001 L R -1 down quark

${\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle \blacktriangle {\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }\blacktriangle }$ 0010 R G -1 down quark

${\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle \blacktriangle }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown \blacktriangledown }$ 0011 L B -2 up quark

${\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle {\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }\blacktriangle \blacktriangle }$ 0100 R B -1 down quark

${\color {hotpink}{\blacktriangle \color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }\blacktriangle {\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }}$ 0101 L G -2 up quark

${\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle {\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }\blacktriangle }$ 0110 R R -2 up quark

${\color {hotpink}{\blacktriangle \color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }}$ 0111 L N -3 electron

${\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle \blacktriangle \blacktriangle }$ 1000 R N 0 A_neutrino

${\color {hotpink}{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }\blacktriangle \blacktriangle {\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }}$ 1001 L R 1 A_down_quark

${\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle {\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle }}$ 1010 R G 1 A_down_ark

${\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }$ 1011 L B 2 A_ up quark

${\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle \blacktriangle }$ 1100 R B 1 A_down_quark

${\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {hotpink}{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }\blacktriangle {\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }}$ 1101 L G 2 A_ up quark

${\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {hotpink}\blacktriangle }$ 1110 R R 2 A_ up quark

${\color {hotpink}{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }{\color {cyan}\blacktriangledown }}$ 1111 L N 3 positron

${\color {gray}{\begin{cases}\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\end{cases}}}$ • The difference in sequencing symmetry between a floating parameter space
and the sequencing symmetry of the background parameter space
defines the symmetry flavor of the platform on which the floating parameter space resides

• The symmetry flavor determines its symmetry-related charge.

• The charge locates at the geometric center of the platform and it interacts
with a symmetry-related field.

• The symmetry-related charge combines electric charge and color charge.

• Color charge relates to the dimension in which anisotropy occurs.

• The electric charge follows from the number of the dimensions
in which the sequencing symmetries differ.

• Antiparticles show opposite charge.

• The electric charges can attract or repel other electric charges.

• For that reason, they also take part in the binding of modules.

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