Hydrogen and Helium
A Hydrogen atom consists of 6 t+ particles, 3 t- particles and 4 z particles. It
is held together by the electrons and the other time-rhythm differences between
the composing particles. The structure is such that the rotations of the
particles match the rules of gear box wheels. The structure is not like a
nucleus with an orbiting electron.
Figure: Hydrogen atom
A Helium atom is composed of two protons, two neutrons and two electrons. The protons and neutrons are arranged in a specific grid. The electrons rotate through that grid.
Figure: Helium atom