Philosophy of particles in super quantum structure


  • Arezu Jahanshir University of Tehran, Sci. & Tech. Park, Islamic Republic of Iran, Ph.D from Faculty of physics, FKN University, Kazakhstan, Iran


Super quantum space and particles, super quantum filed, Ultrarelativistic speeds, Transcendental particles


A structure bases on new observations of physics theories that able to express today’s scientific developments. This article is a starting points of philosophically perceive in particle physics.  It is imagining and accenting on the new quantum particles which exist beyond the bosons and fermions. Topics for discussion about space and super quantum filed has been written due to justify physical fields and particles. In general, the transfer particles, fields and particles produced have been established in this approach. Presenting an approach and providing a new perspective on the primary structure of the world and around us from past until now, is the integral part of the different science such as physics.The scholars and experts in the area of elementary particles and fields generally have proposed just a model for the patterns and structures of matter through them the result of practical experiments and theoretical calculations were orientated to each other. In other words, the structure and definition of elementary particles haven’t provided which integrate all the characteristics of fields and particles from bosons to fermions and describe their characteristics and essence. So well we can try to investigate the word and structure of cosmos before and much earlier than the Big Bang moment. Due to this view, many uncertainties and vague concepts will be cleared and the way to interesting theories and equations in physics will be opened to us.


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How to Cite

Jahanshir, A. . (2012). Philosophy of particles in super quantum structure. Scientific Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 1(1), 40-45. Retrieved from