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Salahaddin University
College of Education &
College of Science
Department of Physics
Seminar About:
Electromagnetic Preons
Particles of Everything
10th November 2016 - College of Education
6th December 2016 - College of Science
Dr. Hiwa A. Babany
M.B.Ch.B. Practitioner Hematopathologist
Blood Transfusion Center – Erbil
Ministry of Health – KRG - Iraq
Salahaddin University
College of Science
6th December 2016
Salahaddin University
College of Science
6th December 2016
Salahaddin University
College of Science
6th December 2016
Salahaddin University- College of Education - 10th November 2016
Dr. Hiwa A. Babany
Hewa Ahmed Mustafa
D.O.B: 22th July 1982
From: Qaladiza – Suleimany – Iraq
Adress: Erbil- KRG- Iraq
1- M.B.Ch.B.
College of Medicine
Hawler Medical University
@ 2006-2007
2- Two Years Post Graduate Study
( 1st Year Laboratory Medicine 2nd
Year Hematopathology)
MOH-KRG @ 2013-2015
Job Titles:
1- Rotator Resident Doctor
All Learning Hospitals _ Erbil
@ 2007- 2009
2- General Practitioner
@ 2010 – 2013
Head of Medical committee
For matrimony Check up – Erbil
3- Permanent Resident Doctor
Most of the Learning Hospitals _ Erbil
@ 2013- 2015
4- Practioner Hematopathologist
Blood Trasfusion Center – Erbil – MOH
@ 2015- Present
Training Courses:
Leadership and Management in PHC
USAID organization & DOH-Erbil
@ 2013 (2 courses each course 2 weeks)
This Proposal in few words
I am interested in Physics since I was 11 Years Old
I talked with friends & colleagues about this
proposal in Mid- 2015
I discussed the proposal with Doctors and
Lecturers in the Salahaddin University – Erbil @
March-June 2016
I published the proposal in Kurdish news websites
(aga press & Bzav press) & social networks. June.16
I presented 2 seminars (10th November 2016 College of Education) (6th December 2016 - College
of Science) Salahaddin University – KRG - Iraq
Dr. Azeez Abdullah Barzinjy
PhD (Materials Science)
Mr. Diyar Ali Rasool
MSc Advanced Science
(Particle Physics)
Dr. Ali H. Ahmed
Ph.D Nuclear and Radiation Physics
Dr. Haidar Jalal Ismail
PhD Biophysics
Dr. Karwan Wasman Qadir
PhD Organic Electronics
Dr. Amir A. Ahmad
Ph.D Nanotechnology
( Mr. Abdul Ghafar,Dr. Botan, Dr.
Muhammed, Ms. Shadan, Mr. Barzan, Mr.
Ahmed , Dr. Habib & Mr. Qasim
Rawanduzy , Dr. Ayuob Sabir )
@ Salahaddin University
College of Education & College of Science
Department of Physics
Dr. Samir
Ph.D Nanotechnology
@ Soran University
Dr. Younes Ramazan Younes
M.B.Ch.B. MD
@ Hawler Medical University
College of Medicine
I-Points from the History of Modern Physics
II- Review of Related Subjects
-Current Theories for Particles of Everything
- Fundamental Particles and Interactions in Standard Model
- Electromagnetic Radiation
- Quantum Physics vs. Relativity
- Physics Beyond Standard Model
III-Introduction of Electromagnetic Particles
1- Electromagnetic Preons as a component of Electric-Magnetic Fields (Arranged State);
2- Electro Preons as a component of Leptons (Collected State)
3-Mass Generation Mechanisms
4- Electromagnetic Preons’ Role in Electrodynamics;
5- Electromagnetic Preons as Virtual Mediators for Vacuum Energy (Free or Vacuum State);
IV-Basic Properties of Electromagnetic Particles
V-Advantages and Shortcoming Points
VI-Future Work
VII- References
This proposal describes two preonic particles
(electromagnetic sub-elementary particles) for
new model as initial step for Theory of
Everything; based on known scientific facts.
We propose preonic number and arrangement
pattern as a base for all elementary particles,
electric-magnetic fields and vacuum oscillators;
which mimics atomic number for periodic table.
In the future steps we will explain the strength
and always attractiveness of gravitational force
by a new experiment for the first time.
I-Points from the History of Modern Physics
 In 1934 Fermi in his paper unified Pauli's neutrino with Paul
Dirac's positron and Werner Heisenberg's neutron–proton
model but the journal (Nature) rejected Fermi's paper,
saying that the theory was "too remote from reality" and
there was a general lack of interest in his theory
 G. Askaryan proposed a new method of registration of fast
charged particles several years before Donald Arthur Glaser.
However, No one objected him but no one supported him,
no one helped to realize the idea
 Louis de Broglie's proposal regarding Wave-Particle Duality
Property, was received skeptically at first but later on
confirmed experimentally
 Theory of Relativity by Albert Einstein was established after
numerous detours and false starts.
 In photoelectric effect energy of ejected electrons is
proportional to the frequency, rather than the intensity. This
observation appeared to contradict the wave theory.
In 1905, Einstein explained this puzzle by resurrecting the
particle theory of light. Einstein's ideas were met initially with
great skepticism among established physicists. Eventually
Einstein's explanation was accepted as new particle-like
behavior of light was observed, such as the Compton effect.
In this Preon Model we try to solve several problems by assuming
particle theory of Electric-Magnetic fields’ mediators and Vacuum
Fluctuation oscillators based on scientific facts
II- Review of Related Subjects
1-Current Theories for Particles of Everything
 Strangelets> When strange quarks combine with up and
down quarks in equal numbers, they create a particle called a
strangelet . a large strangelet would be able to convert an
atom’s nucleus into another strangelet in cascade series.
 Sparticles> The theory of supersymmetry states that every
particle in the universe has an opposite twin particle—known
as a supersymmetric particle, or sparticle. They are heavier
particles and decay rapidly.
 Antiparticles> there are other parts of the universe
dominated by antimatter.
 Gravitons> The graviton is the theoretical massless particle
that carry gravity.
 Graviphotons> The graviphoton is a particle that would be
created when the gravitational field is excited in a fifth
 Tachyons> as normal particles can move infinitely slow (not
moving at all), a tachyon existing on the other side of the
barrier would be able to move infinitely fast. As it slows and
approaches the speed of light from the other side, its energy
requirements become infinite.
 Strings> elementary particles are one dimensional particle
strands. It predicts a different number of dimensions 10-11 0r
26. In other dimensions, gravity have an equal or greater
strength than other fundamental forces.
 Branes - M-theory> universe is one large brane with four
dimensions. gravity’s energy leaks into other branes as it
passes them. infinite branes in an infinite space for
multiverse and cyclic universe theories
 Higgs Boson> first hypothesized in the 1960s, found on March
14, 2013, in the Large Hadron Collider. The Higgs field have to
exist throughout the universe and provide the force needed
for particles to acquire their mass.
 Preons > preons are "point-like" particles, conceived to be
subcomponents(Substructures) of quarks and leptons. The
word was coined by Jogesh Pati and Abdus Salam in 1974.
CHARGES by J.C. Pati et al.
2-Rishon model
T +⅓ e
V electrically neutral
TTT = antielectron
VVV = electron neutrino
TTV, TVT and VTT = three colors of up quarks
TVV, VTV and VVT = three colours of down antiquarks
TTTVVV = W+ boson
Each rishon has a corresponding antiparticle. What about Photons?
Note:To date, no preon model is widely accepted or fully verified.
2- Fundamental Particles and Interactions in Standard Model
? Can we unify these interactions in our model
3-Electromagnetic radiation EMR
Classically, EMR are synchronized oscillations of electric
and magnetic fields that propagate at the speed of light through
a vacuum. Because the speed of EM waves predicted by the wave
equation coincided with the measured speed of light, Maxwell
concluded that light itself is an EM wave.
In the quantum theory EMR consists of photons, the elementary
particles responsible for all electromagnetic interactions. Photons
are massless, but they are affected by gravity.
Sources of EMR:
a) Accelerated charged particles
b) Transition of electrons to lower energy levels in an atom and
black-body radiation
c) Particle-antiparticle annihilation
d) Nuclear decay
4- Quantum Physics vs. Relativity
The first attempt at unifying relativity and quantum mechanics took
place when special relativity was merged with electromagnetism.
This created the theory of quantum electrodynamics, or QED.
The success of QED prompted other physicists to try an analogous
approach to unifying the weak, the strong, and the gravitational
forces. Out of these discoveries came another set of theories that
merged the strong and weak forces called quantum
chromodynamics, or QCD, and quantum electroweak theory.
Still the gravity is remained as the elusive force!!!
5- Physics Beyond Standard Model
Phenomena not explained:
 Gravity
 Dark matter and dark energy
 Neutrino mass and oscillation
 Matter–antimatter asymmetry
 Expansion of the Universe
Classical Physics >>> Modern Physics >>> ?Post Modern Physics
III-Introduction of Electromagnetic Particles
first particle electro sub-elementary particle or (electro preon)
second particle magnetic sub-elementary particle or (magnetic
Together we call them Electromagnetic Sub-elementary Particles
or (Electromagnetic Preons)
1- Electromagnetic Preons as a component of Electric-Magnetic
Fields (Arranged State or Field State);
For any force between two objects (for example two charges) there
should be mediator particles .i.e. no "action at a distance“ Principle of locality ? w-f-p
- present in the vacuum
-continuously emitted ?
- arranged electromagnetic sub-elementary particles (preons)
with two opposite poles as mediator particles
A- Presence & propagation of electric field and magnetic field .
B- Generation of electric field by magnetic Field and vice versa
propagation of photons, neutrinos and electric-magnetic fields is
the same in the vacuum so we are expecting that all of them could
have a common substructure
2- Electro Preons as a component of Leptons (Collected State);
Charged Leptons has ability to rearrange nearby electro particles, so
all elementary particles can be assumed as collected electroparticles, these electro-particles are interconnected by special bond
at their transverse axes and/or longitudinal axes to form spherical
negatively charged lepton
positively charged lepton
Tau and Muon leptons
Same charge as -e- because the predominant direction of electro
preons is same. with different Number.
Neutrinos either - no predominant direction of electro preons
- connected in longitudinal axes
1- Differences between electron and positron
2- electron-positron annihilation and Pair Production -common
3-Compton Effect -common substructure
4-String Theory
Note:- magnetic monopoles -fields are not collected, Why?
3- Electro Preon’s Role in Mass Generation Mechanisms;
- Collection
rain & umbrella ------- (graviton collection capacity )
E= mc2
- Velocity
rain & the front window of a moving car
E= mc2
Feeling G?
4- Electromagnetic Preons’ Role in Electrodynamics;
Acceleration of arranged preons results in their collection (photon
generation), while losing this acceleration results in their absorption
(photon degeneration)
Shape of photons
Spherical shape with two opposite charged hemisphere
ii. Undulating membrane
photography of Photon
A- electron-positron annihilation and Pair Production.
B- Sources of Photon production & their absorption
C- Cherenkov Radiation
some of the electric field particles no longer attached to the
charged particle, allowing rapid repolarization of the molecules in
the medium.
5- Electromagnetic Preons as Virtual Mediators for Vacuum
Energy (Free State or Vacuum State);
They fill the entire vacuum of our observable universe.
Acting as precursor
A- Vacuum Energy and Casmir effect
common substructure
B- Generation of electric field by magnetic Field and vice versa
C- Photon disappearance (degeneration) after absorption
conversion of preons from detectable collected state to
undetectable Free State
D- Vibrating Oscillating Strings (String Theory)
VI-Basic Properties of Electromagnetic Particles
 Energy Levels
Vacuum State or Free State
Energy in vacuum state = Energy of oscillation
Field State or Arranged State
Energy in arranged state = Energy in Vacuum state + Energy of arrangement
Collected State is subdivided
C1 Energy in Photonic State = Energy in arranged state + Energy of acceleration
C2 E=mc2
Propagation speed
Size and Density
Shape and Axes
Charge and Mass
Duality property
V-Advantages and Shortcomings of the Model
 it includes a future experiment for scientific challenge
 Description of vacuum quanta, fields and particles based on
two common substructures. Just like atomic number in
periodic table, all particles, fields and vacuum were joined by
different preonic number and arrangement
 No need for imagination of extra dimensions
 Reasons for each proposition is based on known scientific
 Compatible with the two major theories ( Relativity and
Quantum physics)
Shortcoming Points:
 Too much future work
 Not contain new equations ( poor mathematical description)
 Too much possibilities left for discussion
 Different solutions for the same problems
 References based on Net only……others???
VI-Future Work
-New Definition for Gravitons, with an experiment for
explaining (direction and strength of Gravitational force)
-Mass Paradox – Hierarchy Problem – Preonic Binding Force
-Chromodynamics, Quark’s charge and Radioactive decay
-W, Z and Higgs Bosons
-Symmetry Breaking Levels & Unification of the four
fundamental forces
-Two Sub-types of Mass Energy relationship
-Neutrino Oscillation
-Gravitational Waves and Black Holes
-Baryon Asymmetry (Matter Domination)
VII- References
VII- References for Review of related subjects
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