Properties of Existing Matter

In understanding why matter is structured as it is and the properties that matter possesses, we need to examine the base existing subatomic particles that make up our known matter. Therefore, what is known about those subatomic particles leading up to all matter {notes giving MC Physics theory} is:  

1)      Large, strongly gravitational massive black holes exist across the Universe, surrounded by large and small stars and planets;

2)      Positive charge type {domination} strong elementary {early formed} Up quark particles;

3)      Negative charge type {domination} strong elementary {later formed} Down quark particles;

4)      Positive charge type {domination} composite proton particles {net positive from direct positive and negative quark joinings in alternating mono-charge type arrangements};

5)      Positive charge type {domination} of all nuclei {net positive from direct proton : proton joinings in alternating mono-charge type arrangements, making most matter positive dominated};

6)      Negative charge type {domination} of weaker net negative elementary electron particles;

7)      Positive charge type {domination} of overall charge neutral elementary neutrino particles, as evidenced by their absorption avoidance {via like-like generated repel charge force} capabilities through {mostly positive dominated} matter;

8)      {Negative charge type domination} of overall charge neutral elementary photon particles, as evidenced by their high statistical absorption {via opposite type generated attraction charge force} properties in interactions with {mostly positive dominated} matter;

9)      Overall neutral atoms formed by net positive nuclei joinings with negative electrons charges. {Note that atomic properties are still dominated by the much stronger internal positive charge types}. Specifically the high mass positive nucleus is internal and the multiple negative lower mass electrons are external to the atom; and

10)   Overall neutral molecules formed or modified by induction charge force processes between overall neutral atoms {due to charge force interactions between their internal strong charges}. 

From these descriptions a general trend of {net} positive charged higher mass elemental particles to {net} negative lower mass elemental particles is evident. That trend then transitions into {overall net} neutrally charged, very low mass elemental (lepton) particles and higher order neutrally charged matter.  Perturbations of that general trend can then provide an understanding of how our known particles and matter were formed.