Weak Interaction

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he decay of a neutron represents the separation of a countable unit into two particles (proton. electron) and the ejection of the concept of parity (neutrino) into the isotropic grid as a 'twist' traveling through the grid at unit velocity (via unit indeterminacy).

The means by which the decay is initiated must be as follows:

The reaction velocity would, if unhindered, displace any unit particle at greater than light speed by a random walk method. However, its positional field being 'left behind' inhibits this acausal translational motion by self interaction.

If the field is stretched sufficiently the two foci of the positional field may act as single particles achieving separate existence by separate non-translational displacement.
Meaning that each focus can transport to another location causelessly and if the separation distance is great enough, other factors (self-interaction and/or a random return to the original location) will not be able to restore the original state of the particle.

This is also the 'tunneling' mechanism.
Decay by separated random walks (translational displacement) is the mechanism of nuclear decay.




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