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Nope DB, none that reads you would give you that description.
Mine is a slooow mind, only working bit wise:)
Vern, you better explain that one?(It's suspiciously like two gauchos frying eggs under their sombreros:)And while doing it, assume that my name is Nob.Not that it is (..well maybe?) when you're finished, I hope:)?----Not even I know what I mean here?Ah well:)
Should I be grateful or insulted Vern?
So I will learn something new then.Good.
In which way do they break your ideas?
But there seems to be 'exchange currents' which carry no electric charge and mediate certain types of electroweak interactions?"The electromagnetic interaction is mediated by an exchanged photon γ. Since the photon carries no electric charge, there is no change in charge between the incoming and the outgoing particles. The charged-current weak interaction is mediated by the exchange of a charged intermediate boson, the W+, and thus, for example, an incoming neutral lepton such as the νμ is changed into a charged lepton, the μ−. In the neutral-current weak interactions, the exchanged intermediate boson, the Z0, carries no electric charge (hence the name neutral-current interaction), and thus for example, an incident neutral lepton, such as the νμ, remains an outgoing neutral νμ. "And this might interest you?http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0105357
How many do you think I will need Mr Chem?