facebook.com/Star-Send-LLC-1538560689779250/ We are presenting a series of quantum mechanics models that were produced during a 5 year Public Education Project hosted on Facebook known as String Theory Development group. The topics researched included M-Theory (string theory) and Applied relativistic physics as an exploration of Einstein's Field Equations. This animated model is a Model of the Proton as a multi-spin-axial Twistor Manifold of the Spinor-Space-Time Relativistic Engine. This complex brane is responsible for the Mass effect and the curvature of space-time for the Proton particle, which is a basic component of all atomic structures. It is complex due to there being at least 2 complex spin axis of brane integral pathways in a compactified space, sharing a real dimensional plane, and symmetrical about the point of intersection. Because there are 2 periods of spin to return to origin for each axis, there are numerous possible periodic combinations of complex spin and optical charge interactions outside of the brane envelope (horizons). One item of further research is to map the faster than light functions of the interior non-metric space within the brane envelope (often called the hyprercube due to it's graphical appearance). In the case of the proton we find that it’s total possible action under normal conditions only involves two (2) axis where each individually reduces a real metric distance to "0" metric distance inside the brane envelope, by transporting wave functions a short distance at speeds faster than light. Specifically, when we have two axis rather than just one, we have a number of meta-stable wave function possibilities to account for. This complex charge and spin systematically and directly supports the quark sub-particle functions. A brane is often located in space where a functional transformation takes place, so it serves as both a gateway and a regulator or operator of internal space transport. All actionable Path Integrals can be either 1 directional, or 2 directional, through such a brane system. Having multiple axis further complicates numerical analysis. Right now we won't discuss the possibility of 3 axis or more, but I will state these are reserved for some very significant cases in the discussion of gravity and other forms of Matter. It also allows us to build a model for scalar gravity as well. So, what we gain from these published models (see researchgate.net/profile/Mark_Simpson10 ) is a firm basis for discussion of physical principles that model the relativistic engine for all scales, Above and Below Planck Wavelength. I will proceed to extending these same principles to Cosmological scale models based on the same quantum framework. In this specific proton model, the mapped periodic function is considered the transporter of tachyons, which coordinates time as an inertial action in the quark manifold. Together with the tachyon functions transported across space, we have a network of inertial action mechanisms that produce the effect known as Gravity.The one key internal feature that multi-axial spinors support within protons is the system of bosons. These are observed in the very detailed 4D fly-through of this animated simulation. In addition, there is a richness of other functional details including the emergence of the electromagnetic fields as well. I will have much more to say on the relationship between gravity and electromagnetism in the next part of this presentation series.