**Abstract and Introduction**

The effect of the time-evolution bit operations on elementary particle states [1] was examined by comparing proportions of particles (spot types) with expected proportions based on random distribution of 1-state bits. Results include: 1) reduced probabilities of absolute vacuum and 2) increased probabilities of selected particles related to M and L bit composition, replicating previous findings [2]. That is, the time-development bit operations alter system state (the bit function) by concentrating 1-state M and L bits in different elementary particles. Thus,

**a specific role of the magnetic force (vector bit operation) and a possible operational definition of "magnetic monopoles" were demonstrated**.

**Fig. 1: Expected and Observed Particle Probabilities, E = 0, 1, 2**