This predicts 3 fermion generations to which one can assign SU(3)g as a combinatorial symmetry group. In TGD, bosons are identified as fermion antifermion pairs and correspond to 8g+1g representation of SU(3)g. The singlet 1g corresponds to ordinary gauge bosons obeying fermion universality in its couplings. p-Adic thermodynamics makes it possible to estimate the mass scale and even masses of 8g bosons.
8g corresponds to new gauge bosons and violates universality in its couplings. The "fifth force" would be assignable to both electroweak and color interactions and even to gravitation (one would have (8⊕1) ⊗ (8⊕1)= 8⊗8⊕8⊕8⊕1. Using the terminology of quantum field theories, the loops containing 8g for gluons and electroweak gauge bosons could cause the doubly anomalous magnetic moment of muon.
Also other anomalies would be predicted: for instance decays violating separate conservation of lepton numbers. There is already evidence for 8g Higgs as anomalous decays of Higgs like particle producing muon-electron pairs.
For a summary of earlier postings see Latest progress in TGD.
For the lists of articles (most of them published in journals founded by Huping Hu) and books about TGD see this.