The proton was modeled as a black hole by stuffing it into the Schwarzchild radius. Results match observables.
Found when space-time fabric gets a depression in it, it also curls. When the Einstein field equation was solved under these conditions, it looks like a double torus. The Coriolis effect arises because the two tori are spinning in opposite directions. In the middle of the double torus is vaccuum, and it is the point of infinite density.
Despite the swirling dynamics on the outside of the center point, there is no movement in the center point. Looked for geometry that could assume perfect equilibrium in the center.
Tetrahedron is the smallest, most stable geometry of platonic solids. However, it is not at equilibrium. To have perfect equilibrium, all vectors must cancel out in the middle.
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