6 March, 2024; Felicitas and Perpetua (204 AD), St. Colette (1447 AD)

In this series of articles, I will explain how to obtain quark and neutrino g-factor, which is just the ratio of magnetic moment to angular momentum. It will be very useful for getting the inner works of proton and neutron. Because arriving at these results is complicated, first I will explain how to do it. /These 'difficult' articles are coming up/.

Soon, very soon, there will be a new section posted about probabilities of Angular Momenta and/or Position/Location of Neutrinos and Quarks (yes). I'll try to post the Syllabus as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

In this section, I use a very simple trick – raising the vector obtained from the main equation to the power of a fraction and then again to its reciprocal and obtaining the 'error,’ that is, the difference between the original value of the vector and the result of the mathematical operation I just described. It seems trivial, but after some research, I am not sure anymore if this is only a precision calculation error (the error is of magnitude 10^-31).

I claim that there is a possibility that those 'errors' may be more than just that.