This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: CP2, WHAT CP_2 IS? can be regarded as coset space SU(3)/SU(2): symmetric space with Kaehler structure, a non-trivial topology in the sense that second homology group is non-trivial meaning that CP_2 Kaehler form defines self-dual magnetic monopo- le with Kaehler elec- tric charge identical to Kahler magnetic char- ge, identifying the points of 3-complex- dimensional space C^3 differing by a complex scaling that is as the space of complex lines in C^3, CP_2 Kaehler form defines self-dual magnetic monopo- le with Kaehler elec- tric charge identical to Kahler magnetic char- ge fixing together with weak form of electric- magnetic duality the structure of elementary particles to high degree, coset space SU(3)/SU(2): symmetric space with Kaehler structure meaning the existence of Kaehler form defining covariantly constant self- dual Maxwell field, coset space SU(3)/SU(2): symmetric space with Kaehler structure having SU(3) as maximal group of isometries and identified as color group acting as symmetries of strong interactions at parton level, WHAT CP_2 IS? has a non-trivial topology in the sense that second homology group is non-trivial, complex projective space of 2- complex dimensions (4 real dimensions) obtained by identifying the points of 3-complex- dimensional space C^3 differing by a complex scaling, WHAT CP_2 IS? has SU(2)_LxU(1) as holonomy group coding electro-weak interactions and ew symmetry breaking in the structure of the spinor connection, WHAT CP_2 IS? can be regarded as complex projective space of 2- complex dimensions (4 real dimensions), the presence of magnetic fields consisting of mo- nopole fluxes possible without the presence of currents needed to create ordinary magnetic fields explaining the presence of magnetic fields in early Universe, CP_2 Kaehler form defines self-dual magnetic monopo- le with Kaehler elec- tric charge identical to Kahler magnetic char- ge predicting the presence of magnetic fields consisting of mo- nopole fluxes possible without the presence of currents needed to create ordinary magnetic fields, the presence of magnetic fields consisting of mo- nopole fluxes possible without the presence of currents needed to create ordinary magnetic fields suggesting that super conductors and even ordinary ferromagnets could carry magne- tic flux as monopole fluxes