One of the reasons that I am so excited about this theory is that while it provides alternate explanations for exiting forces, it doesn\’t try to change the available forces or particles within the standard model that has been so successful.

During the evolution of IMT I consistently saw nuclear decay as having a relationship to anti-matter breaking down particles through the manifold as it explains the huge amounts of energy that decay appears to generate.

On further investigation I gained an understanding of the W and Z Bosons which are responsible for nuclear decay, and, the fact that these are very large particles makes sense when trying to understand why these alone would be able to excerpt influence accoss the matter/antimatter manifold.


The interesting thing to note is that we aren\’t talking about total annihilation of the particle or sub-atomic particle, but a partial annihilation resulting in the change of the quarks contained within the proton.

This may be a limitation of the reach of the anti-particle through the manifold, an artifact due to the size of the W and Z Boson particles or simply the nature of the weak force field.

Either way, it points to the possibility that particles can interact directly through the manifold and fosters hope that we can evolve this difference to build our matter / antimatter reactor or propulsion system.


The weak force is something new to me and definately warrants more investigation and understanding before it becomes a fully fledged part of IMT.

But I was excited to include my ideas about the weak force here to show that IMT applys to all of the standard model and doesn\’t seek to ignore proven forces or particles, but to simply offer a new, deeper understanding so that we might move forward with the technologies that we know are needed and dreamed of.