Sinha , KP and Sudarshan, ECG (1978) The superfluid as a source of all interactions. In: Foundations of Physics, 8 (11-1). 823-831 .
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The superfluid state of fermion-antifermion fields developed in our previous papers is generalized to include higher orbital and spin states. In addition to single-particle excitations, the system is capable of having real and virtual bound or quasibound composite excitations which are akin to bosons of spinJ P equal to0 ï¿½, 1ï¿½, 2+, etc. These pseudoscalar, vector, and tensor bosons can be massive or massless and provide the vehicles for strong, electromagnetic, weak, and gravitational interactions. The concept that the basic (unmanifest) fermion-antifermion interaction can lead to a multiplicity of manifest interactions seems to provide a basis for a unified field theory.
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|Date Deposited:||24 Sep 2010 09:53|
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