Testing for Electrogravitational Flux Quantum Circuitry

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Testing for Electrogravitational Flux Quantum Circuitry

Regarding a collision, strings could absorb energy to ripple and rotate, with ends flashing about at the speed of light. In 1976, Scherk maintained that string models could represent fermions (including baryons and leptons) if fermions were matched with correspondent bosons; called for by supersymmetry. In gauge interactions, qualities like hypercharge or color could be carried by the tips of strings.

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