Blue torus = 1 proton
Red torus = 0 nuclear electron
Atomic number of H (1) = protons (1) - nuclear electrons (0)
Spin = 1/2
Click the photo for Hydrogen1 nucleus (= Proton)
A graviton B orbits inside the torus and a positive electric charge fundamental energy particle (D) spiralling aroud it and shape up the torus surface.
The proton particle torus are stable because the orbiting graviton accurately go round, the path definitely circular.
If not (in case of even a tiny different frequency) the graviton-electric charge particle pair will spiralling out, the particle will not be stable.
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Proton fake wiki, Proton, Antiproton
Proton torus. Nucleus of stable H1 element, the Hydrogen atom. Proton consists by an electric charge fundamental particle spiralling around a central graviton energy particle going round and round in a closed circle.