VOCABULARY AND RULES:

There are words and concepts that are unique to Proto-Physics. Below is a partial list of these words:

Absolute Motion:  With zero absolute external velocity (AEV) the number zero is added to the Physics model, a number that wasn’t there before. And, like mathematics, this zero provides, with the speed of light, the fundamental particles of Proto-Physics have the entire  mathematics spectrum for the absolute motion of fundamental particles: zero to the speed of light; and, zero mass to infinite mass.

AEV:  Absolute External Velocity. Also abbreviated as ExV.

AIV:  Absolute Internal Velocity. Also abbreviated as InV.

Energy: that which is released from fundamental particles when fundamental particles decelerate, and, is measured in –h quantities.

Fundamental Particle: has 2 types of motion, internal and external and these are the inverse of each other.

Mass:  that which is added to fundamental particles increased when a fundamental particle accelerates, and, is measured in +h quantities.

Mass: infinite when accelerated to the speed of light. Zero when moving at absolute zero motion.

Matter:  is made up of the bonding of 2 fundamental particles that are the reverse of each other and are moving at opposite speeds, the Proteus and the Proteon. The absolute external motion of the PROTEUS for elementary fundamental particles is (AEV) ¼(c)+nh  – where n is equal to the atomic number of the element –  and (AEV) ¾(c) -nh  (AIV) is the motion of the PROTEON.

Planck’s Constant: Proto-Physics defines as the amount of energy required to accelerate a fundamental particle from one stable reference frame to another.

Proteus¼(c) (AEV) PROTEUS is a fundamental particle in the ¼(c) Reference Frame and is the nucleus of the elemental atom.

Proteon ¾(c) (AEV) PROTEON is a fundamental particle in the ¾(c)  Reference Frame and is the outer particle shell of the elemental atom.

QPSM: Acronym for Quantum Physics Standard Model.

Rule 1 for the behavior of fundamental particles: No fundamental particle can occupy the same space at the same time with another fundamental particle if the other fundamental particle has the same absolute external and internal velocity. These particles would repel each other

  • An example of this would be if a marble was trying to occupy the same      space at the same time as another marble. It would not be able to. When the two marbles reach the same spot at the same time they impact and repel one another releasing energy and changing their motion.

Rule 2 for fundamental particles: Fundamental particles are attracted to their opposite fundamental particle. A 1/10 (c) absolute external velocity (AEV) 9/10 (c) absolute internal velocity (AIV) particle is attracted to a 9/10 (c) absolute external velocity (AEV) 1/10 (c) absolute internal velocity (AIV) particle.  {The Gravitational Force is an extension of this attraction the sub-atomic fundamental particles have with their opposite (and vastly larger) fundamental particles}

Rule 3 for fundamental particles: 2 opposite fundamental particles CAN occupy the same space at the same time, and, these 2 fundamental paricles are attracted to one another. They have dramatically different mass, and different mass density, than one another. When they intersect the attraction is due to the fact their absolute external and internal motions, though inverses of each other, are the same and the flow of these four motions locks them tightly to one-another.



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