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The volume of a Proton

The smallest thing we can possibly measure is the smallest wavelength of the electromagnetic spectrum: the Planck length. Inside the volume of a single proton in the nucleus of an atom there are 10 to the 60th Planck length diameter spheres, or Planck spherical units (PSUs) oscillating in the structure of the vacuum (that’s a 1 with 59 zeros after it or: 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 PSUs in every proton) in a ”3D” Flower of Life patterned structure.

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If you made each one of those tiny PSUs the size of a grain of sand, then the diameter of the proton would be from the sun to the Alpha Cenaturi, the closest star to our solar system.

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More details to be found in Nassim Haramein’s latest paper: ”Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass”:
http://resonance.is/explore/publications/

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