7.19 Compound Subatomic Particles

Working our way up from the Absolute, into the Creative Field and Logos, up into the Force carrier particles that (from our current Perception contain no discernible substructure...

We rise into larger "composite particles", or compound subatomic particles, which do contain discernible substructure.

For example, the Protons we saw in the previous video and image, which are composed of a cloud of gluons and the quarks arising from them.

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