Digital Structure of Hydrogen

1 bit hydrogen

Hydrogen atom is a base 2 system comprised of only two binary numbers: 0 and 1. An atom of hydrogen has only one proton and one electron, where the proton is numerically equal to 0 (zero) and the electron is equal to 1 (one).

In semiconductors like Silicon, the proton is called a hole while the electron retains its name. The interaction between the hole and electron form the basis of the design of diodes, transistors, and computers.

What we are saying is that the interaction between hole and electron doesn't apply to the rare Earth metals alone, but all elements in the Periodic Table and the entire universe.

Everything in the universe constitute the net (network) called spacetime continuum. The net is the World Wide Web (the internet) - the store of information of all things in the universe.

If you want to know anything about hydrogen, what you should do is type the word "hydrogen" into a search engine (like Yandex or Bing or DuckDuckGo) and click search. The search engine will retrieve overwhelming information on hydrogen from the internet.

The internet is the cosmic tree (the tree of life) where humans, animals, plants, rocks, money, cars, medicine, schools, nations, banks, governments, planets, moons, stars, galaxies, solar systems, black holes, electromagnetic radiation, and the whole universe are in binary digits (bits), nibbles, bytes and octets.

Hydrogen is very important in the structure of the internet because it is the simplest of all elements in the universe.

A hydrogen atom has two points: hole (0) and electron (1). Proton is equal to zero because it is in the nucleus - the centre of the atom.

A straight line drawn from the proton to the electron is the radius of a circle whose center is zero (proton). The circle is the Monad

In other words, hydrogen is the first element created from the Monad. The Monad was constructed by a pencil and a compass. And hydrogen was created by a pencil and a ruler. A straight line (the radius of the circle) was drawn from the center 0 (proton) to a point 1 (electron) on the circumference of the circle.

Consequently, a hydrogen atom is equal to a straight line.

The line is in base 2 because it has only two numbers: 0 and 1. The magnitude of the line is equal to 1 bit, because 1 - 0 = 1.

This means that an atom of hydrogen is equal to 1 bit or a straight line. A hydrogen molecule is equal to 2 bits or two perpendicular lines, two hydrogen molecules are equal to a nibble (4 bits) or a square, four hydrogen molecules are equal to a byte (an octet) or two squares, and eight hydrogen molecules are equal to 2 bytes or four squares.

Ten thousand atoms (5 thousand molecules) of hydrogen constitute a network (net) of 2500 squares, because a square is equal to four hydrogen atoms or two hydrogen molecules.