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Interactive Gallery 2. . .
These pages include interactive 3D models of the proton, neutron, trans-helium nuclei and other entities - all as they are envisaged to appear within 'the boundary chord model'. These can be manipulated in real-time in order to give the visitor a more complete idea of how this model of the atom works. Simply click on an image to examine it in detail. Hold the left mouse button to rotate; middle button to pan and right button to zoom. Special thanks to EON Reality Inc. for their terrific EON Viewer which has made this interactive gallery possible. You will need to download this viewer from one of the links below in order to interact with the gallery properly. They come directly from Eon Reality (https://www.eonreality.com/downloads/) and are virus free (their Software Plug-Ins tab). <DOWNLOAD EON VIEWER (32-bit)> <DOWNLOAD EON VIEWER (64-bit)>
The 'H' Face Dim Wave The rotation of the proton's 2D membranes within its rotational groups will produce naturally occurring dim waves which in the case of the 'H' face pairs, will be bi-polar in nature because of their higher dimensional energy. Only one axis is shown here for clarity. The wave will actually expand to several magnitudes greater than the proton's diameter. The Flipped 'S' Face Dim Wave During episodes of high energy input due to heating or indeed collision, the 'S; face dim waves will become bi-polar because of the spinorial implications. The fields of the 'H' and 'S' faces basically 'swap' jobs and their new north/south configuration will assist in any forthcoming bonding process (see Chapters 11 & 13). Only one axis is shown for clarity and the wave will expand to several magnitudes greater than the proton's diameter. 'H' Face Bi-Polar Fields Under normal (ground state) conditions, each of the proton's four 'H' face rotational groups will produce its own dim wave emission and these are shown opposite. These will however, extend outwards several magnitudes more than the proton's diameter to produce what can only be termed as an electron orbit sized caging effect for the six 'S' face rotational group mono- polar fields. 'S' Face Monopoles In its ground state, the proton's 'S' face rotational groups produce expansional (4D) dim waves only and these will each expand outwards in a spherical pattern. They are actually caged at electron orbital distance by the 'H' face bi-polar fields; also produced by the proton when in its ground state. The Electron Shell The electron shell (or E-Shell in this model), expands as a result of the dim wave emissions that are produced by the proton's rotational groups. The mono-polar characteristics of the fields produced by the smaller 'S' faces propagate outwards on 4D space, while pushing the 'H' face bi-polar fields; while at the same time, being caged by them. This effect would be similar to an inflating balloon, where the expanding air is the 'S' face fields and the restraining fabric the 'H' face bi- polar fields.