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The muon is a heavy lepton, by virtue of its pinned hadron string, and is a structural mirror symmetry of the proton in hadron space. By pinning a hadron string it is possible for the muon to have an enhanced gravitational interaction in hadron space, which yields a higher mass than the electron. Because it takes considerably more energy to sustain the pinned hadron string, the muon readily decays by shedding this hadron string which it will quickly replace with a pinned lepton string to become an ordinary electron. Discussions of the energy differential between lepton and hadron space which influence gravitational interactions and the structural form of elementary particles are actually out of the scope of this web site. I will go so far as to point out that lepton space seems to have abundant free energy, whereas hadron space is quite depleted by compare. If the energy imbalance were reversed, I fully expect that complex particles would form in lepton space, whereas hadron space would have less complex structures. If the free energy of lepton space and hadron space were in perfectly equal measure, then I would expect particles of equal complexity in both domains, and there would be no outstanding preferences in the type of strings which were pinned to complete the shell structures of elementary particles in either domain.

Copyright 2000 by Arnold J. Barzydlo
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