last update 1998-05-09

What actually does 'Protosimplex' mean?

By uniting field theories and quantum mechanics German physicist
Burkhard Heim designed **a six-dimensional space,**
that contains characteristics of both
parts of our physical world at
the same time.

Heim shows that **different patterns of cyclic internal
condensations are born** from internal properties
of this
space, which can form circular
patterns. These are called **protosimplexes** – the simplest dynamic
structures that are existing in our world.

However, a protosimplex can't exist alone. It
only exists in
connection with other protosimplexes, with which it is in exchange. A
complete arrangement of such dynamic deflections closed in itself
then appears in the world as an **elementary
particle**.

(Therefore you will never observe stable sub elements of elementary
particles, because they only exist inside
the connection.)

A mathematical description of these dynamic arrangements provides the mass spectrum of all ponderable elementary particles. All masses observed so far are included in this mass spectrum.

Thereby Heim's quantum field theory explains the existence and mass
properties of elementary particles by geometrical
properties of six-dimensional physical space. Therefore a particle in space does
not exist in space but it **is** space (space which is
condensing cyclically in all six dimensions.)

Correctly you would have to say space is electroning around, protoning ...

Except *γ*, the reduced Planck constant *ħ*, *ε*_{0}, *μ*_{0}, *γ* in the Heim theory no further calibration factors are used.

Most detailed explanation of inner processes in elementary particles are given in:

- Brand, Illo; Die einheitliche 6-dimensionale
Quanten-Geometrodynamik nach Burkhard Heim , particularly
pp. 292-297

(uniform 6-dimensional quantum geodynamics of Burkhard Heim) - Brand, Illo; Die innere Struktur elementarer
Subkonstituenten der Materie, particularly S. 378-384

(Internal structure of elementary sub constituents of matter)

"Protosimplexes are quanta of metric deformation.
Because of the 6 coordinates there are six different protosimplexes
which can enter into internal correlation forming 'basic
flow processes'. A protosimplex has no material characteristics.
Only when several protosimplexes
enter into interrelation or exchange
processes they will show material characteristics, i.e. inertia appears.

As a function of 6 absolute Cartesian coordinates six different
protosimplexes appear, which can
enter into internal correlations
forming basic flow processes. These basic flows can form chains,
which will close again ...

... Thus the structure of the 4 different kinds of physical condensations
(graviton, photon, mass, charged mass) is formed from protosimplex
correlation. A ponderable term is existent if initial conditions of
the entire structure are re-created at least once."

*from "Die einheitliche
6-dimensionale Quanten-Geometrodynamik nach Burkhard Heim",
p. 294*

(uniform 6-dimensional quantum geo dynamics of Burkhard Heim)

The figure shows the **density distribution of protosimplexes**
inside elementary particles.

There are 4 zones with different densities:

- centre – cubic increasing density
- internal – quadratic increasing density
- meso – linear increasing density
- extern – only some protosimplexes here

When I told to Heim in 1996 that the Berlin group wanted to call themselves 'Protosimplex' he was very pleased because – as he said – "this is the simplest thing that exists in the whole world".

© Olaf Posdzech 1998