#5   A transition from the human scale to the small scale between steps 65 to 69. We stop at Step 66 to consider the proton and fermion.


Step 66, the diameter of the proton.

This is one of the most pivotal steps on the chart. It is the first time on this chart that we have objects that can be measured. These objects have a presence within space and time.

Now, as we go smaller, it appears that the very nature of space and time changes.

Notice at notation 65 on the left there are over 36 quintillion vertices.


Key ideas: The physics community knows there are possible measurements down to the Planck Length but it seems most of our scientists consider these measurements — any smaller than elementary particles — to be beyond useful application. The possibilities of testing anything seem only to be limited to accelerators in the range of CERN’s Atlas.

We propose that the first 60 notations be considered as intellectual building blocks to the elementary particles and then to atomic level. We also assume a point-free geometry based on over 36 quintillion vertices. Also, in this range, because we are approaching the simplicity and apparent singularity of the Planck Length, all the geometries must be shared with everything else. Given we are now within one major transition, let us go up the scale to the other major transition from the human scale to the large scale.

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