Space and Family, my first paper on the subject, contains the main idea and a geometrical interpretation, which is still relevant at this time e.g. for inclusion of gravity. Spacetime is considered discrete at very small distances, with only permutation symmetry transformations remaining relevant. When a fermion tetrahedron moves through a gravitational field, the directions of its 4 tetrons are given by the 4-bein which defines the gravitational field at that point.
World of Tetrons contains a first approach to the formation of vector bosons from tetrons
Development of the Tetron Model, the most extended paper on the subject;
Some Remarks on the Tetron Spin Problem
The History of the Tetron Model (in german)
Cosmological Implications of the Tetron Model
The Tetron Model in 6+1 Dimensions, the latest paper on the subject. Internal space is interpreted as a vibrating 'crystal' or 'molecule' with pyritohedral symmetry, quarks and leptons being the normal modes of the vibrations.
Color and Isospin Waves from Tetrahedral Shubnikov Groups, an important supplement of the previous paper, in which internal spin waves are considered.
If you can't view these-files, here is a shorter Version in html. Other formats are available under the arxiv. Finally, here is an 'experimental' version in German, which has more to do with literature than with physics.
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A naive philosophers view on COSMOLOGY
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