This model is the basis of Proto-Physics and the next few screenshots describe in detail each component in the model. Though you can click on the screenshot above and see a larger version, to see this graph even clearer download the zipped Microsoft Word docment below, labeled “GRAPH OF PROTO-PHYSICS.ZIP”.


Lets discuss a simple version of the Proto-Physics model. Lets strip it of all the complexity and just show the basic graph of mass and motion. (see below)

Basic Mass Motion

When you click on this “BASIC MASS / MOTION GRAPH” you can see that it basically describes what is currently understood about mass in motion in that the greater the motion the larger the mass. What makes this graph different from what you will see with Quantum Physics and the Standard Model is that this graph uses the idea of Absolute Motion. (follow link if you wish to better understand how Proto-Physics defines Absolute Motion.)

The next graph shows the units of acceleration for a Fundamental Particle. To accelerate from one “Reference Frame” to another “Reference Frame” Planck’s Constant ‘h‘ energy must be applied to the Fundamental Particle.  So, the graph of this acceleration would be in ‘h‘ increments. (see screenshot below)

Simplest mass motion accelerating in h increments

Going into greater detail regarding absolute motion and mass the following graph describes The Simplest Graph and Energy

The Simplest Graph and Energy

The Simplest Graph and Energy

Each fundamental particle has 2 motions, external and internal. A fundamental particle moving at absolute zero motion has an absolute internal motion of the speed of light. The ‘absolute’ internal motion of a particle equates to how that particle exists in space/time. For example, an absolute zero motion particle exists in space/time by having zero mass (occupying zero space) and infinite time (as no event has yet to occur to it). The “time” portion of space/time, as it applies to fundamental particles, is that “time” is directly proportional to the absolute internal motion of a fundamental particle. Or, inversely proportional to the absolute external motion of a fundamental particle.

If you were to imagine you were a zero motion fundamental particle, this “1h” fundamental particle would not have experienced the event of the universes creation, yet. The Big Bang would be just about to occur, but the universe would not have had its initial event. Just as the speed of light cannot be reached in a universe that has already begun, so can the absolute zero motion fundamental particle not be created by deceleration. Zero motion fundamental particles have no awareness of a universe, and, its internal clock is waiting to start. The absolute zero motion fundamental particle exists as part of the pre-big bang event.

If you were to imagine you were a speed of light (c) fundamental particle, this “ch” fundamental particle would perceive the universe from beginning to end as occurring in an instant. All events will have occurred to the “ch” fundamental particle and its relationship to space/time would be that it occupies all of space and has zero time occurring within it. Its internal clock has stopped.

 The 2 fundamental particles that make up the atoms of the Elements are the ¼(c) absolute external velocity (AEV) fundamental particle (PROTEUS), and, the ¾(c) absolute external velocity (AEV) (PROTEON). These 2 fundamental particles exist in the time portion of space/time in different ways. The PROTEUS with ¼(c) absolute external velocity (AEV) exists in time at ¾(c) absolute internal velocity (AIV). This means that events for the PROTEUS move much more quickly that the ¾(c) absolute external velocity (AEV) PROTEON. Events for the ¾(c) absolute external velocity (AEV) PROTEON move at ¼(c) absolute internal velocity (AIV). (see image below)

Mass Motion Reference Frames

Mass Motion Reference Frames

The other 2 elements of the Proto-Physics model is the equivalence between the graphs of Binding Energy and the Lorentz Transformation. Binding Energy shows what we perceive as zero motion, when in reality this motion is ¼(c) absolute motion. And, the Lorentz Transformation describes what happens as we accelerate toward the speed of light, and this is where the ¾(c) absolute motion is described. (see screenshots below)

Graph of Binding Energy

Graph of Binding Energy

Below is the graph of the Lorentz Transformation:

Lorentz Transformation with Mass

Lorentz Transformation with Mass



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