Digital Structure of Subatomic Particles

Split side: proton and electron.
Smooth side: neutron.

All matter in the universe - animates and inanimates - are quantified. They are in quantities, and to be quantified means to be converted into numerical values.

"All is number" - Pythagoreans

Everything in the universe is in binary numbers which can be converted from base 2 to base 10.

What quantum physicists understood as quantum, digital physicists interpret as binary digits.

Every matter is made up of one or more elements of the Periodic Table, and every element is comprised of atoms.

All states of matter - solid, liquid and gaseous - are digitised by converting the atoms into binary digits (bits) starting from the subatomic particles.

The breakthrough into converting matter to digits is derived from the broken and unbroken lines in the eight symbols (Bagua).

A broken line is Yin. An unbroken line is Yang.

The three lines in a symbol are equal to 3 bit, and the eight symbols are the eight numbers in the octal numerical system.

The eight symbols and their binary equivalence are Qian (111), Dui (110), Li (101), Zhen (100), Xun (011), Kan (010), Gen (001), and Kun (000).

When converted from binary digits (base 2) to decimal digits (base 10), the eight symbols are 0 (Kun), 1 (Gen), 2 (Kan), 3 (Xun), 4 (Zhen), 5 (Li), 6 (Dui), and 7 (Qian).

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are the eight numbers in the octal numerical system.

An unbroken line is equal to 1, and a broken line is equal 0. Broken line means polarity or two extremes, and unbroken line means neutrality.

In an atom, the unbroken line is the neutron and the broken line is equal to the proton and electron. This means that the neutron is equal to 1, and the proton and electron are equal to 0.

Consequently, an atom is a base 2 numerical system comprised of the two digits: 0 and 1.

Neutron = Neutrality (Yang)

An electron is a negatively charged particle, and a proton is a positively charged particle. Electron and proton are two extremes (2 poles) representing division.

Division is portrayed by a broken line or zero; unity is represented by an unbroken line or one.

Since every matter is made up of the three subatomic particles, every matter in the universe is comprised of binary numbers. Houses, books, cars, aircrafts, mountains, oceans, animals, plants, air, cloud, minerals, soil, rocks, humans, planets, stars, moon, asteroids, clothes, bags, food, drink and money are binary digits (bits).