The Four Quantum & Topologically Contained States
The Two Quantum Physical States
The primal prototype cell naturally exists in one of two quantum states.
- The neutral a-state. The a-state is the primal cell as the neutral neutron (See Figure 0.5 – a-state). As part of the neutron the [3a] plasm is topologically “bottled.”
- the electric b-state. The b-state is the transformation of the primal cell into the electric proton/electron couple (See Figure 0.5 – b-state). In the electric state the [3a] plasm has been “let out of its topological bottle” becoming the [3b] forms of electricity, space/motion, and light with the formation of hydrogen.
The Two Topologically Combined Physical States
The two quantum states make two topologically combined states.
- The ab-state is the deuteron nuclide in hydrogen-2 (See Figure 0.5 – ab-state). The deuteron is a neutron cell with 2 cores (1 neutron and 1 proton) embedded in the neutron plasm. The proton charge shell (shown in red) has migrated above the neutron membrane’s S3 surface.
- The abb-state is the helion nuclide in helium-3 (See Figure 0.5 – abb-state). The helion is a neutron cell with 3 cores (1 neutron and 2 protons) embedded in the neutron plasm. Both proton charge shells (shown in red) have migrated above the neutron membrane S3 surface.
- The ab-state & the abb-state are described in The Neucleon Clusters Hypothesis.
These four quantum & topologically contained physical states make all the atoms in nature.