go that Deuterium and Tritium are not Ethlogen and Bebegen), it has to be the amplitude element. For the amplitude element is the most dense in the octave. So it would seem very unlogical, that we are able to "sense" the 1+ element, whereas we are not able to sense the 4+- element (and also the 2+ and 3+ elements).
* As Mravo already highlighted, from the valency point of view it is symmetrical, just like any other 4+- element, and only the 4+- elements are symmetrical (balanced). Although from the valency point of view it seems strange, that Hydrogen as a 4+- element would be the only one which seems to behave differently in relation to potential pressure conditions. (Simpler explained in "mainstream" physics: It has just one electron). But as mainstreams physics anyway is quite off the track, of what an atom is, this discrepancy is neglible to me. But the valency problem, I described already before in this thread would still remain a problem...
And BTW: This valency problem is currently the only indicator for me, that Hydrogen could be a 1+ element. So I have more points on the 4+- side than on the 1+ side. So I go for the 4+- side :bigsmile:
To be really sure, one would have to do again Dr's experiments and verify the results with a spectrometer.
(Actually to be honest: I am really almost at the point to buy me a mass spectrometer, to verify my experiment results...)