University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Title: Understanding nature with the spin-charge-family theory
Biography: N S Mankoc Borstnik
How far has so far the Spin-Charge-Family theory succeeded to explain the Standard Model assumptions, the matter-antimatter asymmetry, the appearance of the Dark Matter, making several predictions. More than 40 years ago the standard model made a successful new step in understanding properties of fermion and boson fields. Now the next step is needed, which would explain what the standard model and the cosmological models just assume:
a) The origin of quantum numbers of massless one family members.
b) The origin of families.
c) The origin of the vector gauge fields.
d) The origin of the Higgses and Yukawa couplings.
e) The origin of the dark matter.
f) The origin of the matter-antimatter asymmetry.
g) And several other open problems.
The spin-charge-family theory, a kind of the Kaluza-Klein theories in (d=(2n-1)+1) space-time, with d=(13+1) and the two kinds of the spin connection fields, which are the gauge fields of the two kinds of the Clifford algebra objects anti-commuting with one another, is promising to provide this much needed next step.