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\section{\usemenu{slacpub7205::context::slacpub72050013}{STRONG, ELECTROMAGNETIC, WEAK, GRAVITATIONAL UNIFICATION
(SEWGU): A look ahead}}\label{section::slacpub72050013}
I now show, very briefly, how SEWGU {\it might} take shape, if all goes
well, giving the zero$^{th}$ approximation to some
old results such as $[\alpha_e^{1}(0)]_0=137$, some new results I
believe such as $[m_{\tau}/m_{\mu}]_0=16$, and some guesses
such as $[m_t/m_Z]_0=2$ which I have little confidence in.
The notation makes no distinction between fact and speculation,
so {\it CAVEAT LECTOR}!
Start with strings of length 8 to label the 6 L,R {\it bare} states of the
three types of neutrinos $\nu_e,\nu_{\mu},\nu_{\tau}$ and their
antiparticles, together with two slots for three generations,
$g_1=(10),g_2=(11),g_3=(01)$. To get masses and energies we have to add
content strings and do a detailed analysis using bitstring scattering
theory. We expect the following results to emerge
\begin{equation}
[{m_{\mu}\over m_e}]_0 =210= [{m_{\nu_{\mu}}\over m_{\nu_e}}]_0
\end{equation}
\begin{equation}
[{m_{\tau}\over m_{\mu}}]_0 =16= [{m_{\nu_{\tau}}\over m_{\nu_{\mu}}}]_0
\end{equation}
together with the massless bosons $\gamma_L,\gamma_R,\gamma_C$ (two
states of spin 1 photons with the coulomb interaction as a third state)
and $g_{2L},g_{1L},g_0,g_{1R},g_{2R},g_N$ (five states of the graviton
plus the Newtonian interaction).
The electromagnetic coupling at the mass of the $Z_0$,
$[\alpha_e^{1}(m_Z)]_0=128$.
The masses of the charged and neutral pion compared to the electron:
\begin{equation}
[{m_{\pi^{\pm}}\over m_e}]_0 =275 = 2[\alpha^{1}_e(0)]_0 +1
\end{equation}
\begin{equation}
[{m_{\pi^0}\over m_e}]_0 =274 = 2[\alpha^{1}_e(0)]_0
\end{equation}
We can also use label strings of length eight to get (bare) quarks with
eight colors\break
(red,orange,yellow,green,blue,purple,black,white) which
can form the colorless pion triplet ($\pi^+,\pi^0,\pi^$) and
the nucleonantinucleon doublet ($n,p,\bar n, \bar p$).
To identify these as first generation hadrons, we
neead to extend the string length from 8 to 10.
This allows us to go on to strings of length 16 and include the neutrinos
with the two generation slots accounting for the shared coupling.
After a few years of effort, we expect parameters of the full
CabbiboKobayashiMaskawa
coupling scheme to emerge. If this fails,
we may have to abandon bitstring physics!
Calling the strong coupling constant $\alpha_{\pi}$ rather than
$\alpha_s$ to emphasize the conceptual difference, we are confident
that at low energy
\begin{equation}
[\alpha_{\pi}(m_{\pi}^2)]_0 = 1
\end{equation}
\begin{equation}
[\alpha_{\pi}^{1}(4m_p^2)]_0 = 7
\end{equation}
At high energy we expect to show that
\begin{equation}
[{m_Z\over m_p}]_0 = 2\times 7^2
\end{equation}
\begin{equation}
[{m_t\over m_Z}]_0 = 2
\end{equation}
where $m_t$ is the top quark mass. If this works out we may be able to
predict a new coupling between quarks and leptons that goes
beyond the standard model which {\it might} explain the anomalous
results recently obtained at ZEUS and HERA.
I expect to be able to derive the $m_p/m_e$ formula in a way consistent
with McGoveran's last paper on that problem\cite{48}, but now
directly using bitstring dynamics.
I expect to be able to understand the mapping between Foch space labels
and bitstring geometry in terms of the Eulerean rectangular block
Kilmister told me about with edges of length 44, 117, 240 using
strings of length 256 divided into a label of length 16 and content
string of length 240.
Finally, I expect to recover the old result
\begin{equation}
[{M_{Pk}^2\over m_p^2}]_0 = 2^{127}
\end{equation}
in terms of a running coupling constant for gravitation normalized by
$\alpha_G(M_{Pk}^2)=1$ using bitstring scattering theory.
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