Elementary Physical Properties
The 6 elementary physical properties are manifestations of natural form that can be changed but never be removed. As the 3 quantum a-state bodies spontaneously transform into b-state bodies, the primal elementary properties can only add their individual values to the collective whole as they gather in larger and larger numbers.
The 6 elementary properties co-exist together in a state of physical equilibrium, maintaining a physical body defined by the properties themselves. It is the measurable physical body that gives meaning to the term “physical reality”. The elementary properties provide a perpetual stable foundation for all of nature’s physical structures.
The first 4 properties (the “s” properties), define the static equilibrium state of physical bodies. The last 2 properties (the “c” properties), define the dynamic equilibrium state of the physical bodies.
Static Equilibrium of Elementary Physical Bodies
The 4 static properties of the primal matter forms are:
- [1a] – core
- volume = 2.499 x 10-45 m3
- diameter = 1.68368 x 10-15 m
- [2a] – membrane
- volume = 0.001 36 x 10-45 m3
- shell thickness = varies: 11.08 x 10-20 m (Pb208) to 4.3 x 10-35 m (*UCN)
- [3a] – plasm
- volume = varies: 1.44×10-45 m3 (Pb208) to 4.19×10-21 m3 (*UCN)
- shell thickness = varies with container packing topology
- [1a] – core
- [1a] 0.998623u Type I spinrise matter (1.672 622 x 10-27 kg @ absolute density – 6.693 x 1017 kg/m3)
- [2a] 0.000544u Type I spinrise matter (0.911 x 10-30 kg @ absolute density – 6.693 x 1017 kg/m3)
- [3a] 0.000833u Type II spinrise matter (1.395 x 10-30 kg @ variable density: 9.68 x 1014 kg/m3 (Pb208) to 3.33 x 10-10 kg/m3 (*UCN)
- [1a][2a][3a] homogeneous substance
Dynamic Equilibrium of Elementary Physical Bodies
The dynamic properties of the 3 elementary matter forms arise from intrinsic natural movement created by uniform universal acceleration a acting on the static physical body. Each movement is accompanied with a synergy field projection into space.
The dynamic properties of elementary matter are: