The radiation in the universe has a mass equivalent of approximately 2% of the luminous matter. Presence of a large amount of non-luminous matter is a problem. In order to solve this puzzle, I use quaternion basis for the leptons, and make an octonion from a combination of two quaternions. With a principle that the electro-magnetic interaction selects one triality and photon couples with a gluon of one triality sector, color-flavor locking becomes natural, and the problem of dark matter may be solved.
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Research Article| November 12 2012
Dark matter and triality symmetry of leptons and quarks
AIP Conf. Proc. 1484, 415–417 (2012)
Sadataka Furui; Dark matter and triality symmetry of leptons and quarks. AIP Conf. Proc. 12 November 2012; 1484 (1): 415–417. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4763438
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