Matter, Subatomic and atomic

Subatomic matter is considered to be any matter that is smaller than a complete atom. Protons, neutrons, electrons and combinations such as nuclei are considered to be subatomic matter. Any particle smaller than an atom that exists or moves in space is considered to be subatomic. Atomic matter consists of ordinary matter as documented in the "periodic table" of chemistry.

The present theory proposes new subatomic particles that uniquely fit into the proposed nature of the workings of the cosmos. A smallest particle is proposed to be the originating source of mass, kinetic energy and momentum for the cosmos as a whole. A second new particle is proposed to originate and operate within atoms in the harnessing and disposition of cosmic heat received by nuclei and electrons. This second particle is closely associated with heat and light as they are passed among atoms and into space.