@MassacreLand (View Post)
Hey that sounds great! If you inbox me, i could teach you a bit of basic code to mod and you can help me. if you give me your nature elements I could add them in too. Right now, I am working on adding all the fermions into my mod and then to implement the forces the bosons mediate, and have the rest of the fermions react realistically. *Against the title a bit :p* I will send you the source once I add one successful fermion without it being completely buggy. Right now I am adding in the basic Up Quark. I will then add the down quark, charm quark, strange quark, top quark, bottom quark, Tau, Muon, Neutrino, Tauic neutrino, Muonic Neutrino, Gluons, W/Z Bosons, and possibly the hypothetical Higgs and Graviton. I just need a stable code for a fermion to work off of for all these. If you have no idea what im talking about, try to wikipedia or google "Standard Model" or "Elementary Particles"
With all of these particles, are there any plans on adding their antiparticles?
@firefreak11 (View Post)
!!!!!!!!! Thanks dude Seriously! I greatly apreciate that! And sorry but the reason I stoped coding was because my good pc broke with all my stuff on it xD But yeah dude, Really if you can teach me how to do whatever elements you will need in the future I will be able to do alot of the smaller things for you untill I get better :]
Try looking at Codecademy.
I would rather have a good teacher than a forum or site lol And my pc is to crap to watch vids.
@Michael238 (View Post)
For now, I am using AMTR as a general anitparticle for all of these. Once I add the rest of the standard model in, I might consider it.
No problem. I shall inbox you with some info.
Thank you very much!!
Release is out for beta
I like those quarks and gluons, but what reactions do they currently have?
EDIT: I noticed that when an up quark and a down quark meet, they create a neutron. Why does the neutron have antimatter as its ctype?