"Easy as one, two, three!" thus sang Michael of the Jackson Five. You'll understand what I mean when you see how these atoms grow.
So, I went back to basics. I thought, "The HC Unit is a four-phase spacetime generator that passes through + then 0 then - then 0 and round again, creating clockwise then anticlockwise 'spin' of the 'ether' as it does," the way a sine curve flows through positive and negative via 0. The 0 phase is a 'neutronic' state where the single HC Unit (atomic hydrogen) is yet to excess to either the + (clockwise spin) or - (anti-clockwise spin) state.
I linked four of these ever-cycling HC Units up in a circle to form the first Nobel Gas, i.e. Helium. You'll see that Helium has a +- valency similar to the 2s i.e. first full electron shell. I converted this HC4 into a square. Note: this 'virtual helium' lives at the centre of the larger atoms; as do 'virtual neon' and 'virtual argon' in the later metals and such.
This also gave clues as to how the larger Nobel gases could 'grow' or 'be formed'.
Now, that's very confusing, isn't it. But I'll show you how I came about this concept; PYRAMIDS. HC4 is my equivalent of Helium i.e. four HC Units rotating ninety degrees out of phase to create a totally no-net-charge 'circle', as are all atoms - circles of HC Units feeding the loop.
I took this HC4 'square' i.e. Nobel Gas structure, and sliced it down through space, adding one square each time to get this image:
Except that it's TOTALLY WRONG, and I'll tell you why.
The first four Nobel Gases i.e. Helium, Neon, Argon and Krypton, have atomic numbers 4, 20, 40 and 84 respectively. If you look at my simple Argon (HC40 above) you'll see that it actually totals up to HC36 i.e. one few 'square' -- HC40 needs (obviously) TEN squares to contain the protons and neutrons of Argon, i.e. 40. So, how to cure this, and what does it mean for the later atoms and how such might grow?
This is the way HC40 (i.e. Argon) has to look to fit the data - that is to say, "The adding of further 'squares' to the Neon 5-square model means the central 'virtual Helium' square gets kicked out during the additions." Now, for some (colourful) shorthand.
As, you'll see, a single (excessing) Hertzan Chimera Unit feeds its neighbour, these link together in +0 0+ -0 and 0- cycling pairs, shown in red above. This is actually the basis for how atoms grow. But there's another trick ... the HC Units MUST NEVER achieve the HC4 arrangement because that is a Nobel i.e. no net charge, state.
I want to jump back to the image of Neon (above) notice the four groups of three HC units in the clockwise formations 0-0 or -0+ or 0+0 or +0- at its core, starting with the NW or top-left of the triplets. I want you to notice how, in this examination of Carbon HC12 (below), the sequence is flipped in the SE or top-right and SW or bottom-left corner. So it reads 0-0 +0- 0+0 then -0+ to retain the HC loop structure of every atom.
Notice the +- central pair, and the 2(+-) outer pair offering their carbonic 4-valency to potential 'electronic' interaction. Notice the SIX NEUTRONS. I really should expand this to show why Carbon 14 is radioactive, as it doesn't make sense 'in the standard model' if neutrons transport the Strong Force i.e. the more neutrons you have, transporting Strong Force, the 'more stable' an atom should be; not radioactive like Carbon 14.
The key to atomic growt is the HC3 model, where the red HC2 is added to, to make the interatomic HC3 that links together in cycling triples +0- 0+0 -0+ and 0-0 (in green above). In fact, I found, the easiest way to GROW an atom is to 'add a square'. This allows a new HC2 to fit in and then to become a HC3. Look at how we can grow an atom using this concept...
Carbon, as you'll see from the following valency model is ready to accept FOUR PAIRS OF HC3's in electronic formation. The square at the centre of a Carbon atom is actually a 'virtual helium' i.e. a HC4 formed by pulling in the 'four corners' of the HC12's 'circle' of HC Units to make a cross shape. Very stable, with real valent potential. It's easy to see how Carbon can accept four more red-line HC pairs to form Neon, or have four extra valencies attached to form Carbon Compounds like Methane i.e. CH4.
Remembering the weird ten square formation i.e. HC40 (Argon), it's interesting to note how the following atoms, Potassium and Calcium also have a 40 HC Unit total. But look at what happens after Scandium i.e. WE HIT SOLID METALS for the first time in the Periodic Table.
Funny thing is, "I don't even know if this strange Hertzan Chimera Unit theory relates to the electron shells i.e. the number of protons, or their underlying quarks also acting in threes i.e. one up two down = neutron and two up one down = proton. It's probably a theory that's suffering from having to justify itself against contemporary empirical data, but it HAS TO. All theories need to start in THE REAL WORLD and then be able to predict what happens when they're applied to real elements.
CLOSING CAVEAT: as you'll see from the opening graphic of the theoretical (higher dimensional) HC Unit, it is (technicaly) INVISIBLE until such time as it generates an excess i.e. clockwise or anti-clockwise spin in our universe. Does this mean it generates charge or matter? Look back at the HC4 model and you'll see the two central +- or 00 holding the whole thing together; this can easily equate with the first filled s electron shell. And later Nobel Gases also show the lines of +- or 00 cutting across the structure in fours making up the p and d later electron shells in the 2, 8, 8 configuration of the first three Nobel Gases. But we have to be careful here, as we don't really know 'which phase' of the Hertzan Chimera Unit's cycle is the valency 'electron/proton phase' or the binding 'neutron phase' - it could be either/or.
We'll see where the Hertzan Chimera Unit theory goes in the coming decades. Me, I'm just showing the physically observed data in a different form than is normally used by MSA or Modern Scientific Agreement.