1. Mock-up of He nuclear structure (wait until the rotation begins!)
The confined motion in CL space is characterized by linear and spin component. The linear component is along the polar nuclear axis (vertical ). The direction of spin rotation is defined by the direction of the proton's twisting. The two electron orbitals (not shown) are around the proton clubs in planes normal to the drawing. In such case they may have strong magnetic and quantum mechanical spin interactions, but no common transitions. The neutrons are held by the proximity electrical fields that are part of the balance of the intrinsic gravitational field of the structures in CL space. They may have independent spin rotation in respect to the protons. In the Giant resonance phenomenon strong oscillations are caused by displaced of the neutrons from their central position due to a strong external interaction.
2. Mock-up of Hydrogen atom (wait until the rotation begins!)
A proton with electron orbit belonging to the Balmer series orbital is shown (the thicken core on the lower part is an artifact of the mock-up). The overall shape of the proton is 3D closed curve. Its plane projection is quite close to a Hippoped curve with parameter a=sqrt(3). The internal structure of the proton and neutron is one and a same (composed of helical structures containing internal lattices of RL type). The direction of confined motion in CL space coincides with the polar (vertical) axis.
Note: The rotation is not smooth due to missing frames for one full period.
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