Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Quarks and Where Matter Comes From

Scientifically, A single Hydrogen Atom is made of 3 Quarks.  Quarks are seperated into different categories, based on they ways they act.  However, in Spin Theory, just as Protons and Neutrons are the same, so are all Quarks essentially the same.  They simply act differently based on where they are at in relation to everything else.  They come from the same substance.

Say that two larger forces, far away, send rotational energy against each other.


When the Energies clash, they would hit at imperfect angles, causing wobbly, distorted, ripple patterns to appear.

As these wobbles break away and are ejected outwards, they would form spiral swirls of tiny force.


Now say two of these swirls cross very closely.


They would catch in each other's (-) Energy and swing around each other.  If caught in each other's event horizons, they would be caught together, but still remain seperate as they circle each other, gradually orbiting closer and closer, but taking an extremely long period of time to finally collide.  Two tiny swirls that can be swept away by anything.

Say a third Quark swirl joins.

Just happens to collide and get caught in the same event horizon.

Now a third swirl messes up the orbit.  No longer do the swirls dance around each other eternally, a Third Force interupts the smooth flow and forces all three to pull together at a much more rapid rate.  They collide and join (or at least hit individual paths that are so closely tied, that the difference between three central points and on central point is indistinguishable.)


They join together at that focal point and are three times as strong as a little quark swirl.  This creates an Atom!

Atoms seem super-solid and dense compared to slow moving Quarks, the same way a Black Hole feels super dense compared to mushy us.

The density of an Atom's (-) pull gives it the illusion of having Mass.

Matter is distinguished when two or more of these densities allign, ie: fall into each other's Event Horizon.

If the Event Horizon is breached, Atoms (triple swirls) will collide into each other, causing their rotational forces to again combine, creating a larger force that we percieve to be even larger and denser.

These various densities are shat we percieve to be the world.  Something more dense can push past something less dense, but something less dense is blocked by a more dense wall.

Thus, we can walk through water, but not through lead.

If we tried walking through a lead wall, our puny spongy rotation rates would be repelled by the much more powerful and denser rates of the lead wall.  Our Atoms would be bounced off the (+) Force before we could ever reach the Atomic Event Horizon.  The point exactly farther than the Event Horizon is also the point where (+) Energy is the strongest, repelling other Atoms unless they are forced to breach that barrier.  That's why things don't combine into each other unless precise conditions are met.  Eg: high directional velocity.

So really, Atoms are just continually more powerful swirls of Energy.  Quarks are the small raw swirls, and Matter is just our perception of densities produced by the (+/-) Forces.

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