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    wpadmin
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    Does the standard model, established in 1961 (SU3, flavor), 1964 (Gellmann, Zweig), over 55 years ago, constantly modified and extended, actually qualify as a candidate for a fundamental theory capable of describing the construction and development process of the entire universe both
    • at small scale (elementary particles)
    • as well as at large scale (overall construction and development processes)?
    Does the attempt of explaining the universe at small scale as well as at large scale (elementary particles of Normal Matter / Antimatter, Dark Matter, Dark Energy with coupled 4 dimensional space-time) utilizing the standard model inevitable lead into a dead end and if so, is there any way out? Is the standard model to be taken as a niche product and therefore not suitable to serve as an overarching theory?
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