With an understanding of Proto-Physics a new series of questions occurs. The following questions only barely touch these questions.

  1. Planck’s Constant (h) is used thoughout Proto-Physics as the inertia of a fundamental particle. Meaning, it is the amount of energy that needs to be applied to a fundamental particle to accelerate from one reference frame to another. That said, “How fast is that?”
    • <insert speed here>
  2. Once we have the information of how fast it is we should be able to discover how many reference frames there are between zero motion and the speed of light. So, the next question is, “How many reference frames are there between absolute zero motion and the speed of light?”
    • <insert number here>
  3. Following this thread, “How many reference frames between absolute zero motion and ¼ the speed of light?
    • <insert number here>
  4. “How many reference frames between absolute zero motion and ¾ the speed of light?
    • <insert number here>
  5. Why do Galaxies, Solarsystems, planets form disk shapes?
    • With Proto-Physics the Proteus and the Proteon are perpendicular to each other. This perpendicular relationship results in a trending of motions combining to form disks.
  6. Why do these galactic discs match magnetic relationships when they are gravitational, not magnetic?
  7. People who use Quantum Physics Standard Model ignore the rule of motion that states the faster the motion the greater the mass. Why do they think fundamental particles do not have to follow this almost universally accepted fact?

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