Quantum Chromodynamics with only one particle in motion

The principle of the unique particle described*, behaves like a anharmonic oscillator between two positions.

*Oscillating or alternating a particle of 5mm from a position A to a position B spaced by 10cm at the speed of light, would be seen as two fixed and static points. In between, the particle would be invisible, and this is reflected in the flow of the mass at very high Energy. Subsequently one of the two positions doubles up.

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I conclude that quantum chromodynamics is only a field of interaction that interferes with the particle in its convergence of the position in relation to the coupling constant.

For the gluon:
The magnitude of the particle, during the assembly of the quarks, generates the fact that the particle converges in its axes in relation to its point of origin; until you reach the plasma level.