The muon is a colorful particle with an entangled friend. Draws both
itself and its horizontally symmetric partner. A high range of speed
and almost no speed decay allow the muon to reach the extents of the
window, often forming rings where theta has decayed but speed remains
stable. Result is color almost everywhere in the general direction
of collision, stabilized into fuzzy rings.
Quarks draw as a translucent black. The large number of quarks create
fields of blackness overwritten only by the glowing shadows of Hadrons.
Quarks are allowed to accelerate away with speed decay values above
1.0 each quark has an entangled friend. Both particles are drawn identically,
mirrored along the y-axis.
Hadrons are particles that collide from totally random directions
with no symmetry. Those hadrons that do not exit the drawing area,
tend to stabilize into perfect circular orbits. Each hadron draws
with a slight glowing emboss. The hadron itself is not drawn.
The axion particle draws a bold black path. Axions exist in
a slightly higher dimension and as such are drawn with elevated embossed
shadows. Axions are quick to stabilize and fall into single pixel
orbits axions automatically re collide themselves after stabilizing.