The 2 Fundamental Particle Approach ©:

The Proto-Physics Approach of the 2 Fundamental Particle Atomic Model:

Proto-Physics explains why the two different measurements of atomic number and atomic mass occur, and, will show how atomic number and atomic mass are defined. Later, Proto-Physics proves the measure of atomic mass is twice the atomic number, and why.

Because Proto-Physics has found a way to justify the 2 component model of the atom, and explains why the atomic mass is about twice the atomic number, this new Proto-Physics model should be carefully considered by anyone seriously seeking to discover the answer of how everything works. 

Though it may seem that the Proto-Physics 2 fundamental particle model should be as simply explained as the Quantum Physics 3 particle model, an explanation requires an in depth understanding of how this previously unknown model works. Because the model is different, the vocabulary itself is different.

It was the relationship of atomic mass and atomic number that Quantum Phsics used to justify their 3 component model: proton; neutron; and electron.  Proto-Physics explains why the two different measurements of atomic number and atomic mass occur, and, will show how atomic number and atomic mass are defined. In future entries, Proto-Physics proves why the measure of atomic mass is twice the atomic number, and why.

Because Proto-Physics has found a way to justify the 2 component model of the atom, and explains why the atomic mass is about twice the atomic number, this new Proto-Physics model should be carefully considered by anyone seriously seeking to discover the answer of how everything works. 

 A foundation for this model needs to be justified and the first step is to explain how there can be such a thing as Absolute Motion. Follow the link below to that discussion.

ABSOLUTE MOTION: 

A further foundation for this model is how Absolute Motion leads to Matter.



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