Electrons and Quarks
Each electron consists of three t- particles (see ETT formulas paragraph 19 for the argumentation). The binding forces between the t- particles within an electron
are large because of the large time-rhythm differences and the resulting time-forces.
It is plausible that an electron cannot be broken into pieces by using a particles accelerator with the power such as the CERN accelerator.
The intrisic rotation of t- and t+ particles cause the clustering of particles
to follow the rules of the gear box wheels.
Figure: Three t- particles forming an electron
Each Up Quark consists of two t+ particles as illustrated below.
Figure: Two t+ particles forming an Up Quark
Each Down Quark consists of an Up Quark and an electron.
Figure: An Up Quark and an Electron forming a Down Quark