The Muon decaying compound “click-on” Particle (see Below ) coded: (ORO,LOL,LOL). Is able to decay into three single parts: ORO+LRL+LLL. (changing one LOL into a LRL Particle (one hinge rotation over 90 degrees: R>L) and one LOL into a LLL Particle (one hinge rotation over 90 degrees: O>L). These particles are called: the Electron(ORO), the anti-electro-neutrino (LRL) and the muonic neutrino (LLL).
For normal Kaon plus decay, the main decay routes according to the literature are: (A: mu+, muonic neutrino)or (B: pi+, pi0) The Kaon + Particle is coded: for the U-Quark:(OLO,ROR)and for the anti-S Quark: (OLO,OLO,ROR).
For the A route: it is proposed that the u-Quark (OLO,ROR)decays into (LLL,ROR) which Particle is supposed to disintegrate and produce the (LLL) muonic neutrino and one undetected Gluon (ROR) will disappear into the Gluonic “sea”. The anti-s-Quark (OLO,OLO,ROR)will change into a positive muon (OLO,ROR,ROR).
For the B route: it is proposed that the U-Quark (OLO,ROR) does not decay and that the anti-S Quark also decays into (OLO,ROR,ROR) which is in combination with the U-Quark a positive pion+ Particle.
The pion-0 Particle coded: U, anti-U Quark: (OLO,ROR), and (ORO,LOL) are mirror symmetric and able to emerge directly from the vacuum as so called pair production results.
Rare Kaon–Plus decay.
A rare Kaon plus Particle decay: K+ => pi+, nu, nubar , (pi + , neutrino anti-neutrino) is recently 12 discovered and now acknowledged by a Brookhaven AGS experiment 949:see: http://www.phy.bnl.gov/949/ Interestingly this rare Kaon decay can easily be derived from the “Higgs Torus Particle” system properties.
The most simple explanation by this Higgs Particle click-on system is to assume that the decay is the same as route B mentioned before and in addition that the Pion 0 Particle (OLO,ROR)+(ORO,LOL) decays into two neutrinos.(OLO)=>(RLR) and (ORO)=> (LRL).
The (ROR) and (LOL) Gluons are supposed to “disappear into the Gluonic “sea” as described above under route A. Kaon Long/ Short decay.
It is proposed that the Kaon and anti Kaon Particles (ds)are mixing with themselves and with the Eta (ss) Particle by the continuous changing of one Gluon into a Lepton to change the d Quark into an s Quark and backwards a Lepton into a Gluon from s into a Quark. (d<=> s) At the same time it is proposed that the backward changing d into s last longer due to the slight chirality of the vacuum .
The angle of attack of the Tandem oscillating Higgs Particles to the Quarks, must be slightly different.
This is reason to propose that it is the S, anti-S (Eta Particle) that is the reason for the strange Kaon decay time-differences Explanation: the Kaon 0 Particle coded as: d-Quark: (ORO,LOL,LOL) anti-s Quark: (OLO,OLO,ROR) will change into an Eta (s) Particle: s Quark: (ORO,ORO,LOL) anti-s Quark: (OLO, OLO, ROR) by the Direct Weak attack mechanism of the tandem vacuum Particles to change three hinges of one compound Particle at once (OLO <=> ROR, or ORO <=>LOL).
Then after a while, the intermediate (s anti-s) Eta Particle will be changed into the anti-Kano-0, coded: S: (ORO,ORO,LOL) anti-D: (OLO,ROR,ROR,)
Thus it is assumed that the origin of this strange Long and Short Kaon decay mechanism is to find in the difference in transition speed for the LOL Gluon into the ORO Electron (needed to change the d Quark into an s Quark) which is supposed to be faster due to the chirality of the vacuum than the transition speed to change the OLO Positron into the ROR Gluon (needed to change the anti-s Quark into an anti d Quark, to produce the anti Kaon-0 Particle).
see also: Tomaso Dorigo, http://www.science20.com/tommaso_dorigo/na62_places_bid_for_future_observation_of_superrare_kaon_decay-231426