Derivation of the set of the fundamental interactions from first principles
, Stavbaru 205, 38601, Strakonice II, Czech Republic
Accepted: 10 November 2021
Published online: 15 December 2021
Global conservation laws require the fundamental interactions to be processes which transfer information from one particle to another. Therefore, in order to show what types of interactions may exist, we derive from the very first principles a set of the most fundamental information transfers and their basic properties. Within these information transfers, we identify candidates for gravitational, electromagnetic and strong scattering, and also for weak decay. We do it by taking the characteristic properties of each fundamental interaction, such as confinement or parity violation, and by using them to rule out information transfers without these properties. The found mapping then makes possible to study the information transfers in order to get knowledge about the corresponding fundamental interactions.
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