Double tetrahedra

In this series we will be focusing on the Platonic Solids. There are 5 Platonic Solids; the tetrahedron, octohedron, cube, icosahedron nd the dodedecahedron. They have the following characteristics; all faces are equialteral, all faces have the same number of sides, all of the vertices formed by the intersection of the edges lie on a sphere. We do have some quibbling to do here with definitions; What is a cube?, For that matter what is a  line or a sphere? We will argue those points later if anyone feels it necessary. For now we are just going to model each of the Platonic Solids within a sphere showing, perhaps, some relative motions associated.
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Interpretation

Here is my interpretation of what the inside of the nucleus works like. Think of it as a schematic; like one of those 3 dimensional models of a jet engine. Only keep in mind that we are using 4 Dimensions here, whether that is apparent or not. We know from science that the best guess we now have at what the electrom cloud looks like is basically toroidal, with pressure from the aether pushing into and through the lower pressured nucleus. In this view we are looking from inside the electrom cloud toward the nucleus, a major component of which is the octohedral shape which we will detail elsewhere.