Inversely Proportional Nesting Doll Systems and a formula for Matter

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Inversely Proportional Nesting Doll Systems
1. All physical systems are composed of Energy and Matter. Energy and Matter form stable, proportional systems that have Mass. Mass is the combination of Energy and Matter. Without Energy, Matter does not have Mass, and without Matter, Energy does not have Mass. Matter = tm (system's total mass) - em (system's energy mass [force, acceleration, potential and kinetic]). Energy and Matter are always attracted to each other (strong force) but repel themselves (weak force). The 'isolation' state of energy is C and the 'isolation' state of Matter is 'zero point energy' or 'rest mass'.

2. Physical systems are formed as individual particles of Energy and Matter begin to approximate to each other's "velocities" from their 'isolation' states. First Energy attracts Matter and forms a Matter system, then the more massive Matter System attracts Energy and creates an Energy System, then that Energy System attracts Matter and creates a Matter System, then that Matter System attracts Energy... Subsequently, new Physical Systems will be produced two ways
2A. Subsystems may combine within a system to create new Subsystems.
2B. The further approximation of velocities of Energy to Matter creates new Physical Systems (magnitudes).

3. Physical systems can exist within Physical systems. When they do, the relationship of Matter to Energy in the Mass of a system is inversely proportional to the systems that it contains and the system that it is contained within. For example, an Atom and a Solar System are both stable physical systems. In the Atomic System, the Energy content of the system orbits the Matter content of the system (Energetic Electrons orbiting Material Nucleus), creating a Physical System, an Atom. Inversely, in the Solar System, the Matter of the system orbits the Energy of the system (Material Planets orbiting Plasma (low matter Star), creating a Physical System, a Solar System. There are many Atoms in the Atomic System, these are sub-systems and their relationships to each other are not inverse. Without the Atomic System, the Solar System would not be possible, so we say that the Atomic System contains the Solar System; this relationship is inverse (the Atomic System does not directly contain the Solar System but they are an uneven distance from each other in the alternating magnitudes of Systems.)

3A. The order of Physical Systems from least massive to most massive might be:
Quantum Magnitude / Energy contains Matter - (Photon orbits Higgs?) (Electron)
Nuclear Magnitude / Matter contains Energy - Nucleus encases Electrons (Nucleus)
Atomic Magnitude / Energy contains Matter - Electron orbits Nucleus (Atom)
Compounds Magnitude / Matter Contains Energy - (Molecules and Compounds)
      Inorganic Compounds
      Organic Compounds
      Massive Bodies   - Solids, Liquids and Gasses
      Large Massive Bodies - Asteroids, Planets
Star Magnitude / Energy contains Matter - Electromagnetic Field contains Plasma (Star)
Solar Magnitude / Matter contains Energy - Matter Planets orbit Energy (mass but not Matter) Star (Solar System)
Galaxy Magnitude / Energy contains Matter - .... contains Solar System (Galaxy)
Universe Magnitude - unknown
Nebula Magnitude - unknown
The ratio for the growth of these systems is the golden ratio 1.6180339887.
So then, Plasma is a mass of overwhelmingly Energy without Matter (hence how quickly a star dies if its core turns to Iron).
While "Black Holes" are 'mass' that is overwhelmingly Matter without Energy (hence their dramatic effects on Light, "C"). The life span for a black hole is the time that it takes for the smallest piece of matter to attract the energy mass by volume at the rate of absolute gravity that it requires to gain enough energy to break the barrier of not having mass and have mass (electron/quark/etc).

3B. More than one system can exist within a system. Co-systems within a system will not be inversely related to each other, only to the system they are contained within and the systems they contain. An example of this is the many similar Nucleus Co-systems (Hydrogen, Helium, etc) within the Nuclear System, and the many Molecules and Compounds within the Compound System. The interactions of co-systems will be determined by energy and matter contents of each system and especially whether Matter or Energy is in "orbit", or "containing", the other.

4. Energy Charge (+/-) is an effect of a physical system containing slightly more or less energy than is orbiting the system. For example, the Nucleus of an Atom is a system, where Matter contains Energy. This nucleus contains more energy than it is being orbited by (no electron), so it has a + energy charge. The amount of Matter in the system is proportional to the amount of Energy in the system, but the amount of Energy IN the system is more than the amount of energy orbiting the system, so any Nucleus alone has a + charge. This + charge attracts electrons, and they get as close to the Nucleus as they can get while still repelling against each other. If the packet sizes of electrons allows for equivalent energy between the Core and the Shell of the system, the system will be neutral. When the packet sizes of the electron do not allow for the energy in orbit to equal the energy in the core (the total energy of the previous system), the system becomes + or - charged. What type of "charge" or "current" (electromagnetic, electricity, potential and kinetic energy, horsepower, joules, newtons, etc) depends on the physical properties of the system that contains the energy. So while energy will travel at "C" when it is isolated, if energy is in a physical system it must behave according to the properties of that physical system. The properties of energy remain the same, but the system it is in define its ultimate behavior. The properties of a System, or Mass, are a factor of the Matter to Energy relationship in the Mass, dependent on properties of all of the Systems of Matter and Energy within the Mass.

Why do Protons and Neutrons have different masses?
1.67262E-27 kg Mass of Proton
1.67493E-27 kg Mass of Neutron
2.30557E-30 kg Difference in Mass between Proton and Neutron. What could amount for this?
9.10938E-31 kg Mass of an Electron. The Electron is from the Quantum Magnitude. For our measurements to be accurate in the Nuclear Magnitude, which we're working, we need to "convert" the Mass of the Electron in the Quantum Magnitude to the Mass of the Electron in the Nuclear Magnitude, so that we are considering the Proton, Neutron and Electron all in the same magnitude. We do this by applying the inverse proportion of the golden ratio to the Mass of the Electron as we observe it in the Nuclear Magnitude.
5.62991E-31 kg - The Mass of the Quantum Particle Electron in the Nuclear Magnitude. How many Electrons would fit into the difference between a Neutron and Proton?
4.095224815 Electrons fit into the difference between a Neutron and Proton.
2970.957432 Electrons fit into a Proton
2975.052656 Electrons fit into a Neutron

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