Superscript m for mirror! Great. Good notation can be half the battle. :-)
Lol, yeah, but while I'm just talking to myself year after year, I am quite liable to change it every week.
So, the center of the problem lies in the asymetry between W+ and W-. The W as composite?
I am wondering about the W and Z bosons, yes. For instance, a pion decay drawn as a $B_6$ six strand diagram might utilize a $6$ strand W boson: three positive twists like for the usual Bilson-Thompson diagram, plus three flat ribbons. This boson must exchange a $(0,+)$ pair in order to turn the two quarks into a muon and neutrino.
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