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  1. #1 A quark is complete positive- negative. Spin makes 2 quarks? 
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    A quark is complete positive and negative. Spins of quark makes two quarks?

    It is stated, for instance, that three quarks of proton consist of two UU quarks and one D quark. Is this correct? It appears very wrong representation. What such two UUs quarks means is the detected opposite directions of the spin: the spin in one direction and the spin in opposite direction, but it is actually the making of one quark with complete positive and negative, as detected/directed in nuclear magnetic resonance detector by respected particle physicists of LHC and others.(there is no such thing as monopole). When there are two or more quarks to consist a proton, the positive and negative of quarks are aligned and binded to form equal positive and negative. It is like a bar magnet, cut and cut into smaller cuts and always there is positive and negative in each cut. Align and bind the cut bars to form one connected bar magnet, and always there is equal positive and negative in opposite direction.

    The spin of positive and negative of quark/s behaves in the same principle like electric motor which can be rotated clockwise and counterclockwise.

    This is what is detected/directed in nuclear magnetic resonance detector instrument: Quoted, “Spin is the quantity of rotation of a particle around its axis. A particle rotating to the left has an upward spin, a particle rotating to the right a downward. Electric charge on such a spinning top causes a current and produces a magnetic dipole. Due to this effect, charged particles with spin behave like compass needles in a magnetic field”.

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