As with the leptons and quarks, the bosons (two groups; strong force particles –gluon and photon, and weak force particles – Z and w-bosons) have reversed transparency to indicate particle and antiparticle. In the case of the gluon, the anti color of orange, blue, is in addition used to mark the parity. Since the bosons has double the spin of the Fermions (quarks and leptons), the geometry has two times the spin.






Photon (the light carrier)













Since the variation in mass between the strong force particles and the weak force particles, the bosons does not follow the legend of the fermions when it comes to inverting the positive and negative space, but rather the level of geometric activity is used to mark the change in mass.