DLP-2 Evolution of Momentum
At big bang, Field Density is extremely high,
with turbulent Momentum trajectories.
1) Field momentum are interacting with each other in extreme density field,
forcing some momentum to bend into spins.
2) spin trajectory recreates itself,
generating higher interaction viscosity,
pulling surrounding momentum to join itself.
Some spins manages to sustain itself,
others are dissolved by surrounding.
3) A spin is usually co-created with some surrounding momentum morphing into counter spin.
4) A co-spin (cs) is created.
5) Some co-spin will eventually evolve into concentrated and dispersed pair.
7) A stable pre-existing configuration will catalyze conversion of surrounding momentum to similar co-spins.
Proton (ccwa) & Electron (cwa)
Proton has the maximum Field Density & frequency a normal Field System can produce.
Its configuration is focused, small, stable, and rigid.
Electron’s configuration is dispersed, big, unstable, and flexible.
It has the minimum Field Density & frequency a field system can produce.
Electron is more flexible in its size, shape, frequency, & position.
These attributes make Electron much easier to interact with surrounding,
Thus easier to transfer itself elsewhere.
A sustainable field system can only evolve into maximum or minimum concentration.
Field system with higher density than Proton will interfere with itself and diffuse to Proton’s density.
Field system with lower density than Electron cannot maintain its spin and will disperse to raw momentum.
Field system with in-between densities will either absorb Momentum to Proton’s density,
or diffuse Momentum to Electron’s density.
This formula generates universal “size” for proton & electron.
Interaction Slows to Spin
Momentum travelling with higher interaction causes outside observer to perceive it as moving slower.
This causes Momentum to curve towards higher interaction,
& eventually a spin when Field Density is high enough.
Once a fundamental spin is configured,
it’s so self-regenerating, that it’ll never unweave.
Unless it’s dissolved by an equal/stronger config.
A perpetual spin has higher Field Density,
pulling surrounding Field Momentum to join itself.
But Field Momentum won’t all collapse into the core of spin.
As the spin need to maintain bilateral Momentum Transfer with surrounding,
and excessive synchronized Field Momentum will interfere with itself.
So, same amount of Field Momentum enters & exits Proton/Electron constantly,
as Field Momentum is moving & interacting perpetually.
Same amount of momentum is in a Proton or an Electron at all times.
This is the “sync equilibrium” of Proton & Electron.
The regenerating & limiting force,
the balance between absorbing & emitting Momentum,
and the rhythm performing it.