Information exchange within the atom

The nucleus of an atom is a build- up of entities in interference with spatial manifestations configured into twin dodecahedrons. All are interlinked within the nucleus, but also with the entities configured in electrons in the electron shells.

The factual situation reflects in its architecture and dynamics the events to build the nuclei all through the Periodic Table of Elements.  That is from the proton up to the most complex nuclei.  

Each nucleus of atoms of elements listed in the Table has manifestations of inertia and gravitation and electric vectors, as well as rotational speed divided over three orthogonal axes. There is abundant information available in the structure of the nucleus and specific per element.

There is also the build-up of the electron shells with electrons, orbital speed and per shell, the diameter of the shell, spinor oscillation and so on, as a mutual mirror of a set of specific states of frequencies and build-up of the nucleus.

It is prudent to assume that this mirror imaging of the shells and the nucleus relative to each other is a system of inherent information exchange and conservation.  Every action in a shell will trigger a reaction in the energy states within the total system. For macrocosmic observation, these variations represent weak signals that are going through the system, but they are there and in cohesion with all electric and magnetic manifestations of entities at gamma frequencies. That is part of the system that renews the “now” experience at a frame rate of 10⁴⁴ per second. The number of variables in constituents is limited in spatial configurations that can be known.

Isotropic electric charges as in the prevailing paradigm, do not allow for such information mirroring. Therefore, there is no recognition yet of such an information exchange.  

The total system as in The Dutch Paradigm works with the basic constituents of gluons – photons at gamma frequency – and gamma neutrinos, with the free electric energy, electromagnetic system, and interference phenomena as discussed. Therefore, the number of constructs is rather limited: the electron and the dodecahedron.

The number of participating entities is almost infinite, but the number of variables limited and the processing frequency extremely high. However, it is comprehensible.

That is the world we observe.