force carriers or messenger particles or intermediate particles are particles that give rise to forces between other particles.
I read that
A field’s spin is determined by how it transform if you rotate the coordinates by $Λx$ and the field transforms by some amount.
A scalar doesn’t transform $ϕ(x)→ϕ(Λx)$
A vector transforms as the coordinates $A(x)→ΛA(Λx)$
I want to ask if is possible to replace messenger particles or intermediate particles philosophy model because this because leads to always perceive a particular type of use of that intermediation, which often leads to physical limits, but which in reality could be overcome (in a topologically way not with a direct physical access)
intermediate particles are gauge boson and this it means talking about vector bosons because we are talking about force carriers but this is typically 'wrestling' approach, but we can introduce a pragmatic interest, for a topological approach without having to always think with the muscles
In fact if you 'replace' the photon as a force carrier of electromagnetic force with a sfermion-fermion relation pair model we can unblock a scalar access without 'forcing' the system in a force carriers way in order to move from vectors to modules
a sfermion is a hypothetical spin-0 superpartner particle (sparticle) of its associated fermion. Each particle has a superpartner with spin that differs by $1/2$. Fermions in the SM have spin-$1/2$ and therefore sfermions have spin 0
We should consider the fermion-sfermion pair, not just the sfermion
I set this Equivalence relation
photon = fermion-sfermion relation pair