THE PROTO-PHYSICS MODEL ©: 3

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It is possible to visualize an absolute zero-motion fundamental partical in a singularity, spinning at the speed of light (c).

The Big Bang is described as the ultimate singularity and it is reasonable to assume that all fundamental particles existing in this singularity have absolute zero external motion, no measurable mass, and spin at the speed of light (c).

First Important Rule for the behavior of fundamental particles: No fundamental particle can occupy the same space at the same time with another fundamental particle if the other fundamental particle has the same absolute external and internal velocity. These particles would repel each other

  • An example of this would be if a marble was trying to occupy the same space at the same time as another marble. It would not be able to. When the two marbles reach the same spot at the same time they impact and repel one another releasing energy and changing their motion.

Second Important Rule for fundamental particles: Fundamental particles are attracted to their opposite fundamental particle. A 1/10 (c) absolute external velocity (AEV) 9/10 (c) absolute internal velocity (AIV) particle is attracted to a 9/10 (c) absolute external velocity (AEV) 1/10 (c) absolute internal velocity (AIV) particle.  {The Gravitational Force is an extension of this attraction the sub-atomic fundamental particles have with their opposite (and vastly larger) fundamental particles}

The Third Important Rule for fundamental particles: 2 opposite fundamental particles CAN occupy the same space at the same time, and, these 2 fundamental paricles are attracted to one another. They have dramatically different mass, and different mass density, than one another. When they intersect the attraction is due to the fact their absolute external and internal motions, though inverses of each other, are the same and the flow of these four motions locks them tightly to one-another.

How can absolute motions apply to a fundamental particle in such a way so that these 2 absolute motions can exist at the same time in the same place? The following thought experiment explains how fundamental particles could, in the initial occurrence of the Big Bang, occupy the same place at the same time but be moving at different absolute velocities with the same relative velocity.

THOUGHT EXPERIMENT:

  • Imagine a newly born universe, hatched from the Big Bang singularity and exploding out in the cramped, immensly hot and dense universe pushing outward at the speed of light.
  • In this thougt experiment there are two objects, object A and object B that are being observed in this new born universe.

In the first moments of the Big Bang object A is expelled outward at (AEV) ½c. (See Thought Images below) 

Object A Exploded out at the Big Bang

Big Bang Exploded out at the Big Bang

An explosion occurs at point P acting on object A and it is sent back, in the opposite direction, along the same path and the explosion was so powerful object A is moving away from point P at (NR) ¾c.  

Object A Impacted by Explosion

Object A Impacted by Explosion

If object B is expelled at (AEV) ¼c, relative to a different point in the expanding universe, and moves along the path of the (AEV) ¾c object A so that they are both moving at the same speed at the same time they could interconnect.

object B is expelled

Object B is Expelled

If object A and object B connected as shown in the image below, they would both be moving at the same speed relative to each other, or zero velocity. Proto-Physics indicates these two objects can share the same vector and the same space because they both exist in vastly different Reference Frames. The space set occupied by the (AEV) ¾c particle could contain the much smaller space set occupied by the (AEV) ¼c particle. Proto-Physics states that when this occurs these objects bond. 

2 Opposite FPs Share Same Space at the Same Time

2 Opposite FPs Share SpaceTime

Two Objects share the same space at the same time with differing and inverse absolute motions in different reference frames.

DISCUSSION: In the first moments after the Big Bang an incredibly dense super-heated soup existed. In that soup fundamental particles were moving in any number of different absolute motions. The rules of how Fundamental Particles behave show why massive gravitational affects would erupt from the Big Bang. As was shown in previous pages, fundamental particles are attracted to their opposite particle and this is true of every fundamental particle, regardless of the Reference Frame of the fundamental particle. Gravitation is linked to the attraction of fundamental particles such as the 1/1000 c AEV fundamental particle and the 999/1000 c AEV fundamental particle. However, it is when the ¼ c AEV fundamental particles and the ¾ c AEV fundamental particles percipitate the Elements out of this Big Bang soup that matter is born.

AND THIS TAKES US TO MATTER AND THE ELEMENTS

Up to this point the discussion has been primarily about the behavior of a single fundamental particles. Matter is described by Proto-Physic as a union of 2 fundamental particles that when bonded with one another become elementary particles: Hydrogen; Helium; Lithium; etc.. From this point we can move on to MATTER, and begin the journey that wil explain ‘How Matter, sub-atomic particles, and light can be understood in the reasoning behind Proto-Physics.

 

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