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Dextro Quarks

Dextro quarks are represented by this mash-up of icons for sweet taste sensations and somatic sensations.

Dextro quarks represent sugary taste sensations .  The ordinary sort of dextro-quark represents a sugary sensation that is perceived on the right side. Conversely, dextro anti-quarks are objectified from sugary sensations experienced on the left.  So these quarks are defined by two different kinds of experience, taste sensation and somatic sensation.

Definitions of Dextro Quarks

Different experiences are described by comparison with various reference sensations. Since antiquity these reference sensations have been objectified as seeds. Sugary sensations are objectified as dextro-seeds. They are symbolized using Ⓓ. Somatic sensations felt on the right or left sides are objectified as ordinary or odd seeds. They are noted by  \mathsf{O} or  \overline{\mathsf{O}}. Dextro quarks can be defined from pairs of seeds because they represent pairs of sensations.

The matchmaking is formally stated as follows. A seed-aggregate composed from one dextro-seed and one ordinary-seed is called an ordinary dextro quark. It is represented symbolically using the bold lowercase Roman letter d with serifs. Here is a mathematical expression of the definition along with some icons to illustrate the quark.

\mathbf{d} \equiv

{

,

 \mathsf{O}

}

+

The dextro anti-quark is defined as the union of one dextro-seed with an odd-seed.

\overline{\mathbf{d}} \equiv

{

,

\overline{\mathsf{O}}

}

+

Characteristics of Dextro Quarks

The foregoing quarks may be described by their quantum numbers. They also have some specific individual traits like temperature and energy. Follow the links for a full explanation, but ultimately these secondary attributes are determined by the same sensations that define each quark. Here is a quick summary.

dextro Quark Characteristics

charge quantum numberzero

lepton quantum numberzero

baryon quantum numberzero

angular momentum numberzero

temperature? (℃)

internal energy-0.03 (eV)