The Circlon Model of Nuclear Structure


The Circlon

The Circlon Model of Nuclear Structure

All particles of matter, are combinations or configurations of four basic stable particles. These are protons, electrons, photons and neutrinos. All of these particles can be created when other particles of matter collide with one another at velocities near the speed of light. Each new particle is always created with an exact opposite antiparticle. These are the antiproton, positron, photon and antineutrino. All eight of these particles are constructions of two basic kinds of hollow string that have mass, dimension and shape. Particles with positive charge like protons and positrons are composed of a string of positive matter. Particles with a negative charge like electron and antiprotons are composed of a string of negative matter. Each photon is composed of two equal pieces of negative matter string and positive matter string. Neutrinos are composed of a piece of positive string and antineutrinos are made of negative string.

To form the physical structure of each particle, this cosmic string is wound into several series of different sized coils that form a structure called a circlon shape. The circlon has the basic shape of a torus that is composed of several series of smaller structures with the circlon shape. The circlon has a tertiary coil that is composed of smaller circular-shaped secondary coils that are composed of smaller circular shaped primary coils. At this point we may assume that these coils are composed of a hollow string, which is the fundamental component of reality. The circlon shape is fundamental to particles of matter in the universe. It exists in essentially two varieties; the proton (positive string) and the electron (negative string). These are identical except for oppositeness in internal spins (charge) and a difference in scale. The electron is 1,836 times larger than the proton and the proton is 1,836 times more massive than the electron.

Positive and negative circlon structures such as protons and electrons are capable of generating much larger sets of circlon shaped coils that remain attached to them but extend far outside of the circlon’s tertiary coil. These are called the circlon radiation chain of the electron and the proton. These structures are identical in shape to the original circlon except that each new link is (√1/α) 11.7 times larger and forms a chain-like structure in which each new link is larger than the previous link. It is through these radiation chains that protons and electrons interact with one another and are able to produce photons by combining the last links in both chains.

However, for the purpose of understanding the Circlon Model of Nuclear Structure, it is only necessary to consider the first two links in the proton’s radiation chain. These are the proton link and the meson link, which together form the promestone. The proton link is identical in size to the meson’s secondary coils. These three particles are assembled to form the approximately 2000 nuclear isotopes of all the elements. These isotopes are constructed according to the Rules Circlon Nuclear Structure.