The Void

NeutronModel_fig3_smallAs each neutron enters the individual elements, the lifespan of that element diminishes exponentially. Hydrogen as we know it exists “forever”. It is stable and measureable. When just one single neutron enters the nucleus of Hydrogen, that particular atom can only sustain its existence of approximately 15 minutes. The entry of a second neutron cuts the atom’s lifespan to such a brief flash it is barely measureable. We can’t say for sure much about any subsequent neutrons; their existence is more accurately a shadow of anti-matter / non-existence.

This pattern is repeated with every element, bulging in neutron numbers towards the central elements, subsiding again at the end of the periodic table.

All these elements descend out of our time and space, into the void. The null point of existence where charge has no foothold, at the deepest recesses only the formless unity can exist.