 1:34 AM
@Anonymous Sorry for the little break I had to take. So you have N quarks interacting via the strong interaction, what precisely is it that you'd like to calculate and why?

15 hours later… 4:08 PM
@NikeDattani I'd like to know the probability of the matter shifting due to quantum improbability, for example if I had matter consisting of 5 quarks, what are the chances it would shift the length of one quark to the right?

3 hours later… 6:51 PM
Hi @10Rep! @NikeDattani Hi! I came here through finding another room :) @Anonymous So let's say we have a pentaquark. You ask "what are the chances it would shift the length of one quark to the right?". What do you mean by "it"? Also, what do you mean by "length of quark"? In QCD, quarks are point-particles with zero size, and experimentally they have been confirmed to be no bigger than 10^−19 meters in size. You are wondering about how to calculate a shift in length from 1 x 10^−20 to 2 x 10^−20?
@10Rep Which room was that? @NikeDattani I wanted to see if there was a room about sdk but instead typed ask (because sd and as are right next to each other). I'm glad I found it, though. No problem!
You might want to try the StackOverflow rooms (StackOverflow, StackExchange, and Meta each are hosted on different servers). An example of an SO room is this room for Git that I made recently: chat.stackoverflow.com/rooms/228186/git
From there if you click "all rooms" you'll get a list of rooms different from what you get if you were to click "all rooms" from here.
From here you'll only get the non-StackOverflow rooms, but from there you'll get the StackOverflow rooms. @NikeDattani "It" is referring to the group of matter, N quarks long. So what are the chances that the sum of the shift of the quarks is equal to or greater then the length of one quark? 7:03 PM
@Anonymous Well in QCD, quarks do not have a length.
I don't know of any theory where quarks have a length.