Classification of Quarks

Different quarks are defined by different pairs of Anaxagorean sensations. So quarks can be classified by sensation into different categories. Quarks that are objectified from feelings felt on the right side are called ordinary quarks. The letter z is used to generically represent ordinary quarks so that

$\sf{z} \in \left\{ u, d, e, g, m, a, t, b, s, c \right\}$

On the other hand, quarks that contain an odd conjugate seed are defined from feelings experienced on the left. They are called anti-quarks and noted with an overline

$\bar{\sf{z}} \in \left\{ \bar{\sf{u}}, \bar{\sf{d}}, \bar{\sf{e}}, \bar{\sf{g}}, \bar{\sf{m}}, \bar{\sf{a}}, \bar{\sf{t}}, \bar{\sf{b}}, \bar{\sf{s}}, \bar{\sf{c}} \right\}$

Quarks can also be classified by their thermodynamic seed and its associated sensation, then named accordingly as follows.

Class Sensations Quarks
rotating quarks achromatic-visual and somatic sensations up-quark.png down-quark.png up-anti-quark.png down-anti-quark.png
electronic quarks inorganic-chromatic-visual and somatic sensations evil-quark.png good-quark.png evil-anti-quark.png good-anti-quark.png
muonic quarks organic-chromatic-visual and somatic sensations meridian-quark.png austral-quark.png meridian-anti-quark.png austral-anti-quark.png
leptonic quarks chromatic-visual and somatic sensations evil-quark.png good-quark.png meridian-quark.png austral-quark.png evil-anti-quark.png good-anti-quark.png meridian-anti-quark.png austral-anti-quark.png
dynamic quarks visual and somatic sensations up-quark.png down-quark.png evil-quark.png good-quark.png meridian-quark.png austral-quark.png up-anti-quark.png down-anti-quark.png evil-anti-quark.png good-anti-quark.png meridian-anti-quark.png austral-anti-quark.png
big baryonic quarks dangerous-thermal and somatic sensations top-quark.png bottom-quark.png top-anti-quark.png bottom-anti-quark.png
small baryonic quarks safe-thermal and somatic sensations strange-quark.png charmed-quark.png strange-anti-quark.png charmed-anti-quark.png
baryonic quarks thermal and somatic sensations top-quark.png bottom-quark.png strange-quark.png charmed-quark.png top-anti-quark.png bottom-anti-quark.png strange-anti-quark.png charmed-anti-quark.png
thermodynamic quarks thermal, visual and somatic sensations up-quark.png down-quark.png evil-quark.png good-quark.png meridian-quark.png austral-quark.png top-quark.png bottom-quark.png strange-quark.png charmed-quark.png up-anti-quark.png down-anti-quark.png evil-anti-quark.png good-anti-quark.png meridian-anti-quark.png austral-anti-quark.png top-anti-quark.png bottom-anti-quark.png strange-anti-quark.png charmed-anti-quark.png

The letter $\sf{q}$ is used to generally represent either an ordinary quark or an anti-quark

$\sf{q} \in \left\{ u, \bar{\sf{u}}, d, \bar{\sf{d}}, e, \bar{\sf{e}}, g, \bar{\sf{g}}, m, \bar{\sf{m}}, a, \bar{\sf{a}}, t, \bar{\sf{t}}, b, \bar{\sf{b}}, s, \bar{\sf{s}}, c, \bar{\sf{c}} \right\}$

For detailed calculations, it is often convenient to use a number called the quark index to represent different quark classes. After objectifying experience, events that were defined from bundles of sensation are subsequently discussed as composite quarks. Both interpretations are mathematically expressed as

$\sf{P}_{ \it{k}} = \left\{ \sf{q}^{1}, \sf{q}^{2}, \sf{q}^{3} \ \ldots \ \right\}$

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