From page 7 of http://www.math.waikato.ac.nz/~kab/papers/zeta.pdf "The holomorphic flow of the Riemann Zeta function"

The following patterns are observed: A and D repeat, and the repeating blocks alternate, other than the occasional C and B, which also might repeat. F and G are rare and E or H even more so. **The single occurrence of E is at zero number 379 near 650.669**, and that of H at zero number 289 near 527.904.

The pattern of zeros they are referring to there are 8 types that the zeros can be classified as, depending upon the real part, imaginary part, and square of the curvature of the holomorphic flow defined by s'=(ds)/(dτ)=ζ(s)

13 of of the infinity of zeros are stable foci, maybe that particle is 1 out of those 13