Proteus: is the fundamental particle that is the nucleus of an atom (relates to concept of Protons and Neutrons in Quantum Physics). It is also a FP accelerated to (NR) ¼ c ExV plus a given number of “h” acceleration increments depending on which Elemental atom is being discussed. It also has an InV of (NR) ¾c such that the ExV at nh velocity plus the InV minus nh is equal to c. As this varies depending on which Element is being considered specificity depends on the Element. {See additional descriptions in the section  “The Elements” beginning on page 64}

  • The Proteus at rest is vastly smaller than its associated Proteon.
  • The Proteus FP’s (ExV) and (InV) are always equal to “c.”
  • The smaller the mass of the Proteus, the larger the Proteon associated with that Proteus at rest. As the Proteus expands in h increments with increasing velocity for different Elements, its associated Proteon contracts in h increments with decreasing velocity to interconnect with its Proteus.

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