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    I was wondering if there are any theories in physics central to a "logic"-theory of matter-annihilation. Is there perhaps a mathematical code that highlights the disintegration of particles or theoretical points.

    I have been playing with a new number theory that explains how two points can cancel one another out. The new use of numbers basically depicts a space-time reality that represents the force itself of particle annihilation (see www button below), and what reality, atomic and gross, would result through a continual process of annhilation.

    I was wondering though if there were any other such ideas or theories in contemporary physics that actually directly explores the subject, theme, of general space-time annihilation and the most logical reality left behind, remaining, through that continual theme of space-time annhilation.


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    Again, I applaud your enthusiasm, but this thread lacks any sort of sense! Might I suggest you spend some time learning and trying to understand the fundamental principles of physical theories.


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    I'm a driftnetting fisherman.

    I say something so general it almost sounds absurd and then I hone in.

    For example, the statement I made about the logic of annihation. Simple, crude, almost ridiculous.

    I was looking though for a particular type of fish, a physicist, cutting edge, on the frontier of research into particle-annihilation theories central to a "more-ideal" mathematical algorithm compared to the contemporary one's employed, one more fit for the task of explaining that particle-quantum process of space-time annihilation.

    To be more precise, with physics one gets to the point of observing phenomena through a certain type of mathematical suggestion such an event maybe true, and then when one observes that event as true, is one ever tempted to improve the mathematical algorithm initially employed to investigate that brach of successful research?
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