The 'Smart Dreamcatcher' (SD) Physical Particle Model

I. Day-dreams of the Hermit

  • András Juhász private


In this part we introduce the „Smart Dreamcacher” (SD) network, a visualization of hardly interacting elementary particle structures. The SD-network is a geometrical structure (3-uniform hypergraph) which allows a comprehensible explanation of quantitative characteristics of hadron particles at the level of elaboration by physics of 1970’s – 80’s.
The elementary particles correspond to special walks on the network in this representation. The SD-network itself implicates the laws and features of subatomic particles and the numeric values of their charges as a necessarily true unity explainable even for juniors.
The didactic explanation and the „References” section containing of animated Youtube videos, offer linkage to the world of physics for followers of different tends and orientations.


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2. History of Astronomy Part 3: Copernicus and Heliocentrism

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8. Dreamcatcher, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

.9. DIY Super Easy Way to Make a Dreamcacher, Step by Step! Easy Tutorial

10. Hypergraph, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

11. Hypergraphs

12. Graph Theory - Quick Guide

13. Eightfold Way (in Particle physics) | Why Quarks?

14. Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics, p. 7-8.

15. What are Quarks? ( Quark Color | Flavor | Quark Confinement)

16. Quarks, Gluon flux tubes, Strong Nuclear Force, & Quantum Chromodynamics

17. The wheel picture

18. Bruder Klaus Radbild
How to Cite
JUHÁSZ, András. The 'Smart Dreamcatcher' (SD) Physical Particle Model. European Journal of Physics Education, [S.l.], v. 13, n. 1, p. 28-43, apr. 2022. ISSN 1309-7202. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 20 may 2022.