AbstractResearch has made great strides in understanding the interactions of the elementary particles attractons and the corresponding vibrational energy released triggered by collision with humans, measured as cupids. During typical field work, researchers discovered a test subject with atypical behavioral traits that produced much higher volumes of cupids in other subjects than had been previously measured in labratory settings. Further research concluded that the traits of this subject produced an entirely new elementary particle, here referred to as valentons. This paper outlines the discoveries about the traits of this subject, the unique effects that these new particles produce, and an outline of how these new particles will affect the study of attractons, cupids, and valentons in future research.