Derivation of strong and weak forces from magnetic interactions in quantum electrodynamics (QED)
The principles of magnetic interactions between stable particles are outlined and a simple theory of matter is discussed based on absolutely stable particles proton, electron and neutrino as constituents. Experimental tests are proposed.
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