Negative quarks represent yellow visual sensations . The ordinary sort of negative-quark represents a yellow sensation that is perceived on the right side. Conversely, negative * anti*-quarks are objectified from yellow sensations experienced on the left. So these quarks are defined by two different kinds of experience; visual sensation and somatic sensation.

## Definitions of Negative Quarks

Different experiences are described by comparison with various reference sensations. Since antiquity these reference sensations have been objectified as seeds. Yellow sensations are objectified as negative-seeds. They are symbolized using a capital Roman letter E without serifs. Somatic sensations felt on the right or left sides are objectified as ordinary or odd seeds. They are noted by or . Negative 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 negative-seed and one ordinary-seed is called an **ordinary negative quark**. It is represented symbolically using the bold lowercase Roman letter e without serifs. Here is a mathematical expression of the definition along with some icons to illustrate the quark. You can click on icons to go to a page with more detail.

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

## Characteristics of Negative 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.

### negative Quark Characteristics

charge quantum numberzero

lepton quantum number±1/8

baryon quantum numberzero

angular momentum numberzero

temperature676 (℃)

internal energy-33 (MeV)