A New Vocabulary
The Quantum Physics vocabulary does not apply to this new Proto-Physics model. So, the new model will add a new vocabulary and understanding, creating a new theory.
The first vocabulary definitions apply to the Proto-Physics definitions of fundamental particles and elementary particles.
- Proto-Physics defines a fundamental particle as an indivisible object having the combined absolute internal and external motion of the speed of light. For example: in order for a particle moving at an absolute external motion of 1/20ththe speed of light (c) to be a fundamental particle its internal motion (also referred to as spin) is 19/20ths the speed of light. This makes it a fundamental particle.
- The multiplicative inverse of a fraction a/b is simply b/a. The relationship of the external motion of a fundamental particle to the internal motion of a fundamental particle is a multiplicative inverse.
- Proto-Physics defines an elementary particle as a fundamental particle that, when combined with a second fundamental particles, creates an atom. The two fundamental particles, one with absolute external motions of ¼ (c) + (xh) the speed of light and another with absolute external motion of ¾ (c) – (xh) the speed of light, where x is a whole number equaling the atomic number of the Element, combine together to create an atom, and, (h) is Planck’s Constant.
- Proteus: A fundamental particle that is the nucleus of an atom.
- Proteon: A fundamental particle that is the outer – termed “electron/s” by Quantum Physics -“Proteon” shell of the atom.
These definitions will become clearer in further sections.