Proteon: is the outer (termed “electron/s” by Quantum Physics) “Proteon” shell of the atom. It is also a fundamental particle accelerated to ¾c (absolute) ExV, minus the number of “h” units that is equal to the plus number of “h” units in the Proteus. The Proteon has ¾c (absolute) ExV and ¼c (absolute) InV, and minus n number of “h” units, depending on which Elemental atom is being discussed.
- The Proteon occupies the (NR) ¾c Reference Frame and is vastly larger than the Proteus We observe the Proteon from the (NR) ¼c ExV of the Proteus Reference Frame so only fragments of the Proteon are perceived, making the Proteon appear to be about 1000 times smaller than the Proteus. This is only an illusion because only a mere fragment is observable from the (NR) ¼c Reference Frame we perceive. In reality the Proteon is many billions of times larger than the Proteus.
- There are vastly fewer Proteons than Proteus.
- Proteons can interconnect with multiple Proteus Elements in multiple locations on the “h incremented,” and banded, Proteus.
- Different Proteons from different Reference Frames, different “nh” increments, can connect with the same Proteus at different locations on the banded areas of the Proteus and the number of these areas depends on the atomic number of the Element.
- The Proteon FP’s (ExV) and (InV) always equals “c.”