Neutron Model

The subtle origins of existence are beyond the reach of our finest measuring devices today.

The Neutron Model is an attempt to introduce the concept of an open system, where one common energy source splinters and divides and takes form. A cyclical and dynamic process is breathing life into every atom. The peak of each breath is an endless moment in time, where each element is sustained, upheld by charge. The exhalation is the relaxation of this charge; the introduction of neutrality where the moment is no longer endless. An extremely refined energy source takes regular steps toward it’s ascension into physicality.

Imagine traveling in a vehicle at the speed of light. You have your hand on the shift of a manual transmission, with a thousand gears – currently traveling in top gear. Think of this speed as pure refined energy, formless. As you downshift there is a trade-off; speed for form. Every downshifting into a lower gear signifies a slightly slower speed, and more granularity to the energy. The energy is still the same old energy, just transforming from refinement to physicality in regular harmonic steps. The final downshifting into first gear represents the individual elements, the end of the line so to speak, the once formless and fast energy is now frozen in apparent matter.

The Neutron Model is a depiction of the atomic elements with a focus on the role of the neutrons. There is an emphasis on charge, but only within the confines of a pertinent zone. This model shows the role of neutral mass on a charge-based zone, and the potentiality of other zones, all driven by one source.

The focus here is on the concept of the origination and manifestation of a multi-dimensional model, rather than the specific periodic table of all the elements. General trends are shown at times where all elements as a whole are displayed, typically implied in ascending order by atomic mass.