Southern Quarks
of southern quarks
total angular momentum zero
charge zero
lepton number ±1/8
baryon number zero
temperature 6,529 (℃)
internal energy 3 (MeV)

A seed-aggregate composed from one southern seed and one ordinary seed is called an ordinary southern quark. It is represented symbolically using the letter a. Here is a mathematical statement of the definition along with an icon to illustrate the quark.

$\sf{ a \equiv \left\{ A, O \right\} }$ southern-quark.png

You can usually click on quark icons to come back to a page like this for reference. The southern anti-quark is defined as the union of one southern seed with an odd seed.

$\sf{ \bar{a} \equiv \left\{ A, \overline{O} \right\} }$ southern-anti-quark.png

These definitions can also be stated using seed icons as

southern-seed.png + ordinary-seed.png southern-quark.png
southern-seed.png + odd-seed.png southern-anti-quark.png
Sensory interpretation: Ordinary southern quarks represent red Anaxagorean sensations on the right-side, and southern anti-quarks are objectified from red perceptions felt on the left.

Here is a link to the most recent version of this content, including the full text.

favicon.jpeg southern quarks
Noun Definition
Southern Quark $\sf{a} \equiv \{ \sf{A}, \sf{O} \}$ 3-36
Noun Definition
Southern Anti-quark $\sf{\overline{a}} \equiv \{ \sf{A}, \sf{\overline{O}} \}$ 3-35

Note to editors: the layout for this page is determined by this template.

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License