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Example 1: String bit construction


SHIM: Materia Polytype 16, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 0, Binary. Hierarchical Transition to Order 1, Automatic.
0 # absence of energy activity temporary equilibrium
1 # presence of energy activity, not absence of energy activity
2 # absence or presence of energy activity
3 # absence and presence of energy activity
4 # absence with presence of energy activity
0 # string bit resonance frequency temporary equilibrium
*Note: We call it a string bit, but it by denition is energy acting or not acting. Thus if there
is diagonal going on (which I am pretty sure there is) there is no basis to make a distinction
of it, its very mercurial, a massa confusa of spiritus qualia (in the cosmologists nuotypal
content, the primeval atom) reciprocating within itself in endlessly indistinct iterations.*

Example 2. Super string construction


SHIM: Materia Polytype 15, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Diagonal transition of Order 1, Automatic.
0 # string bit resonance frequency a temporary equilibrium
1 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1), not string bit resonance frequency a
2 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1), or string bit resonance frequency a
3 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1) and string bit resonance frequency a
4 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1) with string bit resonance frequency a
0 # super string resonance frequency temporary equilibrium
*Note: I am not aware of any types of string bits or superstring types. My understanding is
that there is only one type, and it vibrates different harmonics. To my knowledge there is no
measurements available for these. It would make sense if this is not my lack of knowledge,
but is actually true of the particle physicist community, because there isnt any distinction
that can be made due to the smallness, quickness, and unobservability of these things.*
*Note: b(!k$1) in English reads as follows. The entities (b) are the summation (!) of
greater or equal than one. This is my way of saying that there is at least one entity in
relationship, but it can be more.*

olyLype -16 unknown SubsLanua unknown lorLe
SubaLomlc v Congurauo
(SLrlng 8lL?)
nuoLype -16
no known nuoLypal
represenLauon
no known nuoLypal
represenLauon
SLrlng blLs
olyLype -13 SubaLomlc v SubsLanua SubaLomlc v lorLe
SubaLomlc lv
Congurauo
nuoLype -13 SLrlng blLs 8esonance frequencles Super SLrlngs
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Example 3. Super string classes


SHIM: Materia Polytype 15, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Hierarchical transition to Order 2, Automatic Class.
0 # super string resonance frequency a temporary equilibrium
1 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1), not super string resonance frequency a
2 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1), or super string resonance frequency a
3 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1) and super string resonance frequency a
4 # string bit resonance frequency b(!k$1) with super string resonance frequency a
0 # super string resonance frequency temporary equilibrium
*Note: The automatic class is formed from a string bit alteration which shifts the whole of
the super string into a certain frequency. This differs from example 2, because example 2
describes the relationship between string bits combining together into a new entity, and this
example, example 3, describes the relationship between string bit alterations and super
strings. We know there has to be classes of super strings, because the differentiation
between harmonic frequencies leads to fermions and bosons. The properties of fermions and
bosons would at least echo super strings having automatic classes.*

Example 4. Elementary particle construction


SHIM: Materia Polytype 14, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Diagonal transition.
0 # super string resonance frequency a temporary equilibrium
1 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1), not super string resonance frequency a
2 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1), or super string resonance frequency a
3 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1) and super string resonance frequency a
4 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1) with super string resonance frequency a
0 # elementary particle temporary equilibrium
*Note: The reason why I say this is diagonal transition, is because the super string entities
act as automatic classes for the interior entities within themselves, but do not at rst act as
automatic classes when relating to other entities of an equal or lesser scalar level, but instead
act automatically. Only when the entities automatically combine into a new entity, and that
entity by means of its interior components dene itself to its environment as a unique
substance/force of certain character, does it exhibit automatic class action, described in
example 5.*

olyLype -13 SubaLomlc v SubsLanua SubaLomlc v lorLe
SubaLomlc lv
Congurauo
nuoLype -13 SLrlng blLs 8esonance frequencles Super SLrlngs
olyLype -14 SubaLomlc lv SubsLanua SubaLomlc lv lorLe SubaLomlc lll Congurauo
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Example 5. Elementary particle classes


SHIM: Materia Polytype 14, Nuotype of particle physics.
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic, Hierarchical transition to Order 2, Automatic class.
0 # super string resonance frequency a temporary equilibrium
1 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1), not elementary particle a
2 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1), or elementary particle a
3 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1) and elementary particle a
4 # super string resonance frequency b(!k$1) with elementary particle a
0 # elementary particle automatic class n temporary equilibrium
*Note: I should probably say super string resonance frequency or/and/with elementary
particle b(!k$1) instead of super string resonance frequency b(!k$1), because it includes
entities at and below polytype 14 (negative fourteen), but for simplicity sake, I write it as
above.*

Example 6. Composite particle construction


SHIM: Materia Polytype 13, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Diagonal transition.
0 # elementary particle a temporary equilibrium
1 # elementary particle b(!k$1), not elementary particle a
2 # elementary particle b(!k$1), or elementary particle a
3 # elementary particle b(!k$1) and elementary particle a
4 # elementary particle b(!k$1) with elementary particle a
0 # composite particle temporary equilibrium
*Note: The same principle applies here as well. When a new substance or/and/with force
entity comes into existence, it rst is automatic action of the properties of the automatic class
for which is undergoing the combinatorial process, and after the entity automatically
constructs, then it by nature of its character of that process in interactions with its
environment, denes itself as/by automatic class behavior.*

nuoLype -14 Super SLrlngs 8esonance frequencles
LlemenLary arucles
(8osons, lermlons)
olyLype -14 SubaLomlc lv SubsLanua SubaLomlc lv lorLe SubaLomlc lll Congurauo
nuoLype -14 Super SLrlngs 8esonance frequencles
LlemenLary arucles
(8osons, lermlons)
olyLype -13 SubaLomlc lll SubsLanua SubaLomlc lll lorLe SubaLomlc ll Congurauo
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Example 7. Composite particle classes


SHIM: Materia Polytype 13, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Hierarchical transition to Order 2, Automatic Class.
0 # elementary particle a temporary equilibrium
1 # elementary particle b(!k$1), not composite particle a
2 # elementary particle b(!k$1), or composite particle a
3 # elementary particle b(!k$1) and composite particle a
4 # elementary particle b(!k$1) with composite particle a
0 # composite particle type n temporary equilibrium

Example 8. Alpha particle construction


SHIM: Materia Polytype 12, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Diagonal transition.
0 # composite particle a temporary equilibrium
1 # composite particle b(!k$1), not composite particle a
2 # composite particle b(!k$1), or composite particle a
3 # composite particle b(!k$1) and composite particle a
4 # composite particle b(!k$1) with composite particle a
0 # alpha particle temporary equilibrium

nuoLype -13
LlemenLary sLauc parucles:
lermlons (sLauc) / 8osons
(dynamlc)
LlemenLary dynamlc
parucles: Cenerally called
8osons, buL: 8osons (weak
force), Cluons (sLrong force),
hoLons (elecLromagneusm),
CravlLons (gravlLy)
ComposlLe parucles:
Padrons (8aryons,
Mesons)
olyLype -13 SubaLomlc lll SubsLanua SubaLomlc lll lorLe SubaLomlc ll Congurauo
nuoLype -13
LlemenLary sLauc parucles:
lermlons (sLauc) / 8osons
(dynamlc)
LlemenLary dynamlc
parucles: Cenerally called
8osons, buL: 8osons (weak
force), Cluons (sLrong force),
hoLons (elecLromagneusm),
CravlLons (gravlLy)
ComposlLe parucles:
Padrons (8aryons,
Mesons)
nuoLype -12 SubaLomlc ll SubsLanua SubaLomlc ll lorLe SubaLomlc l Congurauo
nuoLype -12
ComposlLe parucles:
Padrons (8aryons, Mesons)
SLrong, Weak,
LlecLromagneuc,
CravlLauonal forces
nuclel (no elecLrons)
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Example 9. Alpha particle class


SHIM: Materia Polytype 12, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Hierarchical transition to Order 2, Automatic Class.
0 # composite particle a temporary equilibrium
1 # elementary particle b(!k$1), not composite particle a
2 # elementary particle b(!k$1), or composite particle a
3 # elementary particle b(!k$1) and composite particle a
4 # elementary particle b(!k$1) with composite particle a
0 # alpha particle type n temporary equilibrium

Example 10. Atom construction


SHIM: Materia Polytype 11, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Diagonal transition.
0 # particle a(p!12) temporary equilibrium
1 # particle b(p!12, !k$1), not particle a(p!12)
2 # particle b(p!12, !k$1), or particle a(p!12)
3 # particle b(p!12, !k$1) and particle a(p!12)
4 # particle b(p!12, !k$1) with particle a(p!12)
0 # atom temporary equilibrium
*Note: The statement (p!12) reads polytypal tier equal or greater than negative twelve.
This is because, for whatever reason, atoms form from the synthesis of composite particles
with elementary particles. This seems to be the only entity thus far that a combinatorial
whole synthesizes across polytypal tiers in the domain of the materia metatype.*

Example 11. Atomic classes


SHIM: Materia Polytype 11, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Hierarchical transition to Order 2, Automatic Class.
0 # particle or atom a(p!11) temporary equilibrium
1 # particle or atom b(p!11, !k$1), not atom a(p!11)
2 # particle or atom b(p!11, !k$1), or atom a(p!11)
nuoLype -12 SubaLomlc ll SubsLanua SubaLomlc ll lorLe SubaLomlc l Congurauo
nuoLype -12
ComposlLe parucles:
Padrons (8aryons, Mesons)
SLrong, Weak,
LlecLromagneuc,
CravlLauonal forces
nuclel (no elecLrons)
olyLype -11 SubaLomlc l SubsLanua SubaLomlc l lorLe ALom Congurauo
nuoLype -11 nuclel (wlLh elecLrons) LlecLromagneusm ALom
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3 # particle or atom b(p!11, !k$1) and atom a(p!11)
4 # particle or atom b(p!11, !k$1) with atom a(p!11)
0 # atom type n temporary equilibrium

Example 12. Molecular construction


SHIM: Materia Polytype 10, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Diagonal transition.
0 # atomic a temporary equilibrium
1 # atom(s) b(!k$1), not atom(s) a(!k$1)
2 # atom(s) b(!k$1), or atom(s) a(!k$1)
3 # atom(s) b(!k$1) and atom(s) a(!k$1)
4 # atom(s) b(!k$1) with atom(s) a(!k$1)
0 # molecular temporary equilibrium
*Note: The reason why entity a now consists of !k$1, is because molecules can and do
consist of multiple types of atoms. I am not sure how else to write it without a writing
session of specic consideration.*


Example 13. Molecular classes
SHIM: Materia Polytype 10, Nuotype of particle physics
NL-MHC: Order 1, Automatic. Hierarchical transition to Order 2, Automatic Class.
0 # molecular a temporary equilibrium
1 # molecular b(!k$1), not substance a(p!12, !k$1)
2 # molecular b(!k$1), or substance a(p!12, !k$1)
3 # molecular b(!k$1) and substance a(p!12, !k$1)
4 # molecular b(!k$1) with substance a(p!12, !k$1 )
0 # molecule type n temporary equilibrium

Cory David Barker
olyLype -11 SubaLomlc l SubsLanua SubaLomlc l lorLe ALom Congurauo
nuoLype -11 nuclel (wlLh elecLrons) LlecLromagneusm ALom
olyLype -10 ALom SubsLanua ALom lorLe Molecule Congurauo
nuoLype- 10 ALom lnLramolecular force Molecule
olyLype -10 ALom SubsLanua ALom lorLe Molecule Congurauo
nuoLype- 10 ALom lnLramolecular force Molecule