Errors in the physics: STRONG INTERACTIONS
Question in that we understand as strong interactions. If strong interactions are understood as nuclear forces – that, according to the field theory of elementary particles, nuclear interactions are interactions of magnetic fields of nucleons in a near zone. Hence, strong interactions are a version of electromagnetic interactions.
Well and if we understand interactions in which quarks and gluons participate as strong interactions – that quarks and gluons in the nature are not present. According to the field theory of elementary particles, fractional electric charge in the nature does not exist at all, and elementary particles and antiparticles with a spin equal to unit (except a photon) in the nature exists 20. What of them we name gluons and why these. Hence, such strong interactions in the nature are not present.
So the hypothesis of strong interactions is also an unproved hypothesis.