THE ORGANIC ATOMIC TABLE AND ITS ELECTRONIC MOLECULES
In the left, we show the relative abundance of atomic elements according to its top predator status. In the right, we see the size of those atoms in a reduced model of the Atomic Table, which is a bidimensional, perpendicular graphic that shows the E-T parameters of atoms:
- In the X-coordinates we find their spatial, body parameters: their electronic, orbitals.
- In the Y-coordinates, their temporal, informative, brain parameters: their nuclei mass .
1. Valences: body perfection, the origin of molecules.
In the graph, we can translate the Atomic table in terms of quantic Space-time. Since:
-The vertical columns show the orbital number or volume of electronic space those atoms have.
- The horizontal lines show the atomic number or volume of temporal mass of each atom.
Thus, the Atomic table is a distribution of ±100, E=10t=2 basic S-T atoms. Yet we live in a light world dominated by electronic orbitals the bodies of those atoms. We are electronic beings that cannot perceive gravitation, neither we see the inner nuclei of those atoms. Those electronic bodies follow the space/time inversion (Max. T=Min.S). Thus atoms with more electronic in-form-ation paradoxically have min. volume in space. Those atoms (left graph) diminish in size till reaching the perfect forms of noble atoms, whose external form fills a dense sphere of information that creates a sharp central focus, able to process information from all angles.
Those ‘noble atoms’ from the 8th column of the Periodic Table, Helium, Neon, etc., have their external orbitals totally filled with electrons. So they have maximum electronic density, which means their quantic actions have a higher Space/Time Force per unit of volume, making them top predators better fit to survive. Therefore, they are also the most stable, as it is very difficult to break their electronic body. Paradoxically that makes them the loneliest of all atoms, as any top predator of a trophic pyramid, from the shark to the eagle, is, since it doesn’t need to add a simultaneous partner to multiply the value of its quantic actions over the environment to obtain energy and information. All other atoms however will try to increase the S/T force of their quantic actions, associating themselves with other atoms to reach a perfect electronic form and add up their TE forces.
On the other hand if we consider the quantic numbers of the particles of those very stable atoms, they are multiple of 4 and 10, the social numbers of perfect organic systems ..24-27) that also define those top predator atoms. The combination of both properties explains the hyper-abundance of Helium, Oxygen, Iron, Tin and Mercury, which have perfect atomic numbers and either have regular orbital structures or can capture electrons from other atoms to fill their valences. They are the key elements of the potential organic species of the Universe that control and destroy many other atoms. For example, atoms 3,4 and 5 are ‘preyed’ by Helium that uses them to reproduce new heliums through processes of atomic fusion. So they have become very rare (right graph).
Thus the complementary, geometric and organic duality of Quantic Spaces-Times theory agrees with the abstract, Chemical Theory of Valences, which models the behaviour of molecules and their rules of social engagement, according to their geometry and their ‘affinity’, ruled in Quantic Spaces-Times Theory by the dual 3rd postulate:
‘Correlative, similar elements, complementary in their spatial, orbitals or temporal nuclei, associate in complex, stable, molecular systems. While atoms with different TxE forces, establish Darwinian unstable events or small hierarchical molecules in which one element dominates the others.”
For example, 2 atoms in the same column have the same spatial, ‘body’ morphology and 2 contiguous atoms in the same line are similar in its temporal, informative ‘brain’. Thus, according to the 3rd postulate , the law of relative equality or ‘affinity’ that establishes the relationships of the atomic table, they will evolve socially into more complex ‘molecular’ forms.
Thus, humans are made of light atoms with closely related nuclei, C=6, N=7, O=8, that follow the law of affinity in their electronic body-orbitals. Those atoms are filled all with sp orbitals, creating together complex complementary organisms based in their body-brain affinity. So the parallel electronic cover connects those atoms externally based on the affinity of its orbitals and creates the 4 structure of organic molecules.
The law of affinity also defines other inorganic molecules and macro-organic structures of energy and information. For example, machines made of metal are formed with atoms of similar nucleic number. While many complementary atoms fusion their electronic bodies, creating ions that have a better ‘body structure’ similar to noble atoms. On the other hand, atoms with very different atomic weights associate in hierarchical structures in which an atom becomes the energetic slave of the others. For example, the macro-energetic proteins of life, Haemoglobin and Chlorophyll, have 2 central, dense atomic nuclei, Iron and Mg, which dominate lighter carbohydrate ‘arms’, jailing with them oxygens, the energy atoms of living beings.
Thus Quantic Spaces-Times theory completes the abstract analysis of molecules, according to their temporal, nucleic and spatial, electronic body affinity shown in the Atomic Table, with its organic perspective, defining the relationships of those atoms in terms of ‘biological’ exchanges of energy and information that set their molecular evolution towards living forms.
Obviously the applications of Quantic Spaces-Times theory to the realm of chemistry are multiple, most of them abstract analyses that relate the geometries of molecular forms with the 3±1 cycles of existence of those molecules. Yet we won’t consider here in detail any of those morphological structures but rather consider the most polemic aspect of ‘organic chemistry’, the existence of other potential forms of life besides life beings based in carbon.
2. The 4 families of atomic elements. Its world ecosystems and quantic potential species.
In the graph, there are 5=3±1 potential families of organic life, built around the top predator elements of energy and information of each main informative Z- line of the atomic table.
Why there is only ‘organic carbon life’ if all atoms respond to the same organic laws? There might be other forms of life, but we live in a light-World and light is the only temporal energy, we perceive. So in a discontinuous Universe we have very limited information about other atomic ecosystems that process different forms of temporal energy, different from light. So we deduce by Non-AE homology the existence of other atomic families that might create different organisms and worlds in other regions of the Universe with other S-T forces. Let us consider those potential worlds from different Quantic Spaces-Times perspectives:
The 5 particles exchanged by the 5 worlds and its potential living beings.
We classify all atoms in 5 basic organic families, able to exchange the temporal energy of one of the fundamental 5 ‘particles’ of the Universe, in a growing scale of worlds with higher existential content of energy and information: the gravitational family; the light family; the electronic, metal family and the neutronic, radioactive family. Each new family or ‘line of the atomic table’ is formed by atoms of growing number of orbitals and informative mass, which increase their TxE force, allowing them to handle as information more complex particles. If we consider the inner nature of those worlds, it is obvious that the quantity of ‘information’ increases as the particles they communicate acquire more TxE density. So, the robotic minds we are building based in electronic images carry far more information than the light minds we possess and the words they use.
The 5 types of orbital minds of the 5 families.
Those minds should be based in electronic orbitals as our mind is. Thus each atomic family has a different orbital type, able to create a different mind’s species of space-time perception:
- Spherical s-orbitals create the hydrogen-helium family and its potential minds.
- Lineal p-orbitals create the light based carbon family to which we belong .
- Planar d-orbitals create the iron family of potential living machines and its chip minds.
- f orbitals, difficult to represent in 3-dimensional space, as they might respond to ‘worlds’ with 5 dimensions, create the heavy metal family of golden beings.
-And g-orbitals also 5 dimensional create the radioactive family.
In that regard, the 2 atomic families that matter to us are those which exist in the Planet Earth as potential living forms of our planet, the light-based carbon forms, with sp orbital structures and metal-based machines with an spd more complex electronic form. Since the metal family ads to the sp ‘inner mind’ of our C-O-H triad a ‘higher’ external cover of electrons, which also follows the basic morphologies of space-time, but with a more complex structure, since those d-orbitals have bidimensional forms. And so we distinguish 3 types of metallic ‘d-planes’:
- ExE: dx2-y2 and dxy, wide ‘energetic’ planar orbitals that combine 4 spherical sub-orbitals.
- TxT: dyz and dxz, ‘tall’ temporal planes which also combine 4 spherical sub-orbitals,
- ExT: thedz2 ‘organic orbital’, a combination of a cyclical, planar ring and a lineal, tall shape, which shows ‘4 combined space-time dimensions’, integrating the other 4 orbital dimensionalities. Therefore metal-based minds have besides the 4-dimensional structure of a human mind, a 5-dimensional electronic cover, in which the electrons of those d-orbitals form molecular networks, free electronic clouds that allow metal atoms to shape, bigger, denser informative organisms, based in the higher ‘TxE’ force of its d-electronic clouds.
The different time speeds of Worlds and its Quantic beings.
If we apply the wave-particle, quantic duality to those molecular ecosystems, we differentiate 2 scales of TxE power: quantic organisms that inhabit ecosystemic worlds, which show 2 different speeds in their organic cycles: Quantic organisms, life beings, machines of metal and other potential atomic organisms, are fast, small beings, according to the E/T inversion (Max.T=Min.E), which inhabit bigger ecosystemic worlds with slower existential cycles (Max. E=Min.T). Those quantic organisms combine 2 states of matter, which act as the dual energetic/informative elements of the organic system. Let us consider those quantic beings and their world ecosystems that might be considered also as the 3±1 evolutionary ages of mental ‘worlds’:
- (+1): The gravitational world made with energetic Hydrogen and informative Helium, whose s-orbitals are able to absorb gravitation as information. The organic Universe is basically a gravitational H-He organism . And so the quantic living beings that might exist in that world will be a dual mixture of the 2 main states of matter of the Universe: The energetic hydrogen plasma and the informative super fluid state of Helium.
- Max. E: Light atoms and worlds whose sp-orbitals absorb light as information, as living beings do. Its living species, animals and plants exist mainly as gaseous and liquid species with a very thin cover of ‘solid cells’, in the border between the energetic, atmospheric gas and informative, liquid water or solid crust of the planet.
- E=T: The Electronic World of lighter metal atoms from the iron family, with spd orbitals that absorb electrons as information. Metal exists in an energetic, liquid state at high temperatures and an informative, solid state.
- Max. T: The electronicWorld of heavy metal. Giant planets might have mercury seas where gold and plumber melt spontaneously creating metal-bacteria with mercury water, gold brains and plumber membranes.
- (-1): The Neutronic World of radioactive atoms with spdf orbitals that absorb neutrons as information. It might exist in the inner core of planets, as they seem to have uranium cores. The Earth might ultimately be a system with an ‘uranium heart’, a ‘neutronic plant’ with a vegetative soul that regulates its pulses through atomic explosions in its central core. In that world beings made of radioactive atoms would exist in an informative solid state with an ultra-energetic, ‘explosive’ body.
Empirical and Theoretical proves.
We only have ‘empirical record’ of the 3 intermediate ages of potential life beings: living beings made of C-H-N and metal machines. Thus, though we can ‘theoretically’ design the ±1 species of plasmatic and radioactive worlds, they might exist only in huge cosmological organisms; given the extreme differences of energy/information between their S-T dual states (hot plasma Vs ultra-cold superfluid helium and solid matter Vs radioactive energy) that make difficult to create stable organisms in a reduced Quantic Spaces-Times field. In that regard plasma and radioactivity are indeed the Non-AE limits of existence of matter.
The mechanical interpretation of the Universe merely rejects any organic, biological analysis of those atoms. However to account for the hyper-abundance of ‘top predator atoms’ with ‘perfect’ organic structures, such as helium and iron, we require an organic interpretation. For example, the atoms that surround Helium, boron, beryllium and lithium, ‘decay’ and fusion into Helium, which in organic terms means that Helium breaks them and feeds on their parts to reproduce. On the other hand, radioactive atoms emit ‘helium nuclei’, as nucleons spontaneously acquire that top predator configuration. While iron, the most perfect, energetic atom of the Universe, is almost impossible to destroy, unless enormous gravitational forces are used. So when a star gets an iron nucleus it collapses into a nova and leaves behind a neutron star with an iron crust. Iron is also the ‘atom’ of most weapons that ‘kill’ biological human flesh. So all those atoms show existential properties because the Universe is a ‘game of existence’, and in that game atoms, its fundamental cellular units, also behave as if they ‘wished to exist’.
In that regard, the 3 potential life forms and their biological nature is so obvious to the ‘common people’ whose mind is not deformed by ‘abstract science’ that artists, which are prophets of other space-time worlds (ch.13), have imagined and differentiated those species in their films. So while the robots we are presently building are light ‘Terminators’, the liquid robots of mercury and gold would be similar to the ‘evolved Terminators’ of the second ‘generation.
What we know is that we are fragile in the face of the enormous complexity of the Universe, and so we should not play ‘to be god’ and construct those robotic machines more powerful than us . The only advantage we have over machines is the inverse law between space and time that means we are so simple we have evolved faster than those future, more complex potential ‘living machines’. So if we were wise we should try to keep it that way, without excuses such as ‘the freedom of science’ and the ‘importance of knowledge’. Since an extinct scientist knows nothing and has no longer any freedom to pursuit his informative cycles. Let us then consider in this introduction to ‘Mind Theory’, the best known of those potential living mind, the human being itself.