A major aspect of the early new physics information involved an entirely new version of the atomic structure and a new periodic table of elements. This new periodic table was called the Ajax McIntosh Model (Ajax Model, for short). The Ajax Model is a natural extension arising from the new atomic structure.
The Ajax Model is based on the symmetry of the Platonic solids. Each element unfolds in a symmetrical fashion - each new proton/electron pair gets closer to completing a specific Platonic solid shape. Upon completion, a new “electron shell” is created; the process continues into further complex nested Platonics. The Ajax Model is built following this method. Each atom that coincides with a completed Platonic solid signifies one electron shell. The Ajax Model is composed of 12 electron shells, 12 increasingly complex sets of nested Platonic shapes.
We designed a 3-dimensional version of the Ajax Model which can be 3D printed. The innermost electron shell, the first shell (dual Tetrahedron) is about 1” diameter; the outermost 12th shell is over 40” diameter. Each shell can spin independently of its parent.
Subsequent designs of this 3D model include atomic symbol assignment at pertinent vertex locations and LED lighting.
This version of the Ajax Model is a 3D printed, 2-dimensional model designed to hang on a wall. It is dubbed the “Pizza Model." Each element can be removed to view various properties. Each concentric circle (electron shell) can spin independently of its parent to mimic its true behavior.
These 3D models of the new periodic table of elements, as well as individual elements, are designed for educational purposes. It is important to have actual 3-dimensional physical models of the periodic table and individual elements to gain a better understanding of nature. These software designs are complete; now ready for the next stage of actual construction via 3D printing technology.