I consider that gravitational fields vary periodically, they expand and contract. They are fields of pressure.
I think that the Hydrogen atom represents the curvature of a gravitational field when it is expanded. The curvature has its lowest tension and it creates the lowest pressure on matter.
The Helium atom represents the gravitational curvature from the same gravitational field in a next time. Now it has the highest tension and it produces the highest pressure on matter.
So, in this view the Hydrogen and Helium atoms of the periodic table are the different curvature of a field that vary periodically, at different times. This is a field of pressure that vary periodically and it is gravitational.
As I said in the previous post, hydrogen and helium can be considered as a graviton and its own antiparticle, the antigraviton, at different times. I always use the term of subatomic “particles” and “antiparticles” in the sense of fields. I think that the standard model of atomic particles is wrong and limited, as you can see reading other posts on this blog. I think that the atomic nucleus is always a “shared nucleus” and it is formed by the 4 electromagnetic fields created in and by the intersection of two gravitational fields that vary periodically with the same or opposite phase.
As I said on the previous post too, I think that the relationship that exists between Hydrogen and Helium with respect a gravitational field is the same that have the Higgs bosons with respect the Higgs field. Higgs bosons are the vibration of the Higgs field and any vibration implies periodic variations. That variations are pushing forces that create the material “masses” of the subatomic particles in the sense of fields.
The currently accepted concept of “Atomic Number” as the number of neutrons of each material element, is an artificial concept. The atomic number is only a sequential number that increases and decreases periodically. It is useful for expressing the progressive variation – periodical increment and decrement – of the gravitational curvatures and the forces of pressure of the gravitational fields.
But what are neutrons and protons? I think the concept of neutrons and protons need the existence of at least two entangled gravitational fields that create 4 news electromagnetic fields in their intersection.
When one of those electromagnetic fields experience a double force of pressure on it (because of the variation of those gravitational fields) that field acts as a neutron or as a proton. Neutron and proton are antiparticles that have mirror symmetry. They are different fields located at opposite spatial places that exist at different times in a periodical way. Their existence and location depend on the phases of variation of the entangled gravitational fields.
The theoretical number of protons and neutrons of one specific element is different in the case of isotopes. It is because of the phases of variations each gravitational field experience a delay between each expansion and contraction (like occur in oceanic tides I think). In the case of entangled gravitational fields, opposite phases tend to synchronice and equal phases tend to be opposite, periodically too. Bosons (when they have equal phases of variation) are transformed progressively into fermions, and fermions (when it comes to opposite phases of variation) transform progressively into bosons. And all these transformations are periodical. Isotopes reflect the different state of that progressive change of the phases of variation of the entangled gravitational fields in a diatomic molecule.
Electromagnetism only appears in the case of at least two entangled fields like fields of pressure that vary periodically. The neutral electromagnetic charge of an isolated material element is a convention of the traditional atomic model.
The curvature without tension (the expanded gravitational field) that in my opinion is the Hydrogen atom is equivalent to wavelength of the red light. And the curvature with the highest tension (the contracted gravitational field) in the case (in the moment) of the Helium atom is equivalent to the wavelength of violet light.
It is very well known that beyond the red light there is the infrared light spectrum. And beyond the violet light there is the ultraviolet, in both cases invisible to the human eye.
But what does it exit beyond the Hydrogen and Helium atoms? Are there another curvatures? It would seem impossible because the expanded field that is the Hydrogen atom has the lowest energy of the system and the contracted field that is the Helium atom has the highest energy.
If the expanded field would continue varying it would experience a reversal of its curvature. Its concave curvature would be transformed into a convex curvature. In this case the “infra Hydrogen” would be a mirror reflected symmetry with respect to the hydrogen atom curvature and it would have an increasing energy that would have a proportional relation with respect to the decay of energy that experience the gravitational curvature until became a Hydrogen.
In this sense, the infra-Hydrogen would be a mirror reflected Helium, a Helium with a negative sign, with an inverted curvature.
In the case of ultra-Helium it would occur the contrary. The state of the gravitational curvature beyond the Helium would be an inverted (mirror reflected curvature) Hydrogen with a decay negative energy.
Negative and positive are signs that we use to express an asymmetry, they could refer to a spatial asymmetry like left and right, up and down, concave and convex, or it could be the asymmetry of a quantity like the positive increases of a kinetic energy by contraposition to the negative decay of that energy; it could be an asymmetry of time like in the case of the different time necessary for completing a process when the velocity increases or decreases or when the space in which it takes place experiences a change; it could be a highest pressure by contraposition to a lowest pressure. Mathematical signs are not abstract tools, they express asymmetries of something.
In this sense it could be added two new tables at the left and right sides of the currently known Periodic Table of Elements that would represent the so called antimatter as a negative matter with mirror reflected symmetry.
I have made a general scheme of it below.
Fo0r the existence of an inverted curvature that is opposite with respect to the direction of the gravitational flux, it will be necessary the entanglement of at least two gravitational fields, a diatomic molecule. That inverted curvature will exist in the convex side of the intersection of those gravitational fields.
The next step would be to add new tables with inverted symmetry above and below of the current Periodic Table of Elements. So we would get a periodic table of matter and antimatter, or a periodic and anti-periodic table of elements that could be developed in an infinite way in the four spatial directions playing with the mirror and mirror reflected symmetries:
Maybe it could be considered another question too: Do have infrared and ultraviolet light waves a mirror reflected symmetry with respect to the visible spectrum of light?