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I am not sure about time dilated particles
smaller than an electron neutrino
I wonder whether it is possible for there to be a single very very small fundamental particle to be the building block for all other particles
a single very very small fundamental particle...Would that necessarily violate the mathematics of the standard model?
What is reason why some (subatomic) particles are stable and most unstable
One theory, I proposed in the past, are the sub particles, when part of the proton, for example, are highly time dilated. They formed at the beginning of the universe when space-time was highly time contracted and retained the time dilation. This gives the proton a very long life in our reference; billions of years. When these sub particles are released in particle colliders, their new short life is a reflection of their original time dilation being disrupted, due to the relativistic speeds and collisions.