Micro Macrocosm

The Universe is full of Energy Fields (Waves of Energy/ Energy Beams/ Rays...).
These Energy Fields (Waves of Energy/ Energy Beams/Rays...) are equipped with Intelligence. The Universe is packed with intelligent Energy Fields (Waves of Energy/ Energy Beams/Rays...). Intelligent energy, able to observe.
Observing in understanding manner.

Intelligence (from the Latin. intellegere "to understand" literally "to choose between ..."
from lat. inter "between" and legere "to read, to choose")

(1) : the ability to learn or understand things or to deal with new or difficult situations
(2) : the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one's environment or to think abstractly as measured by objective criteria

The smaller is the physical carrier, the greater is the amount of Information that can be transported.

In a Ray of Light/Radiation of Energy can be much more Information, as in a Strand/String of Glass Fiber (physical support).

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Instead of copper wire cables, fibre optic broadband cables are filled with extremely thin, hollow, plastic or glass strands known as optical fibres. Did I say thin, considering each strand is ten times thinner than a human hair, I guess that's thin. That single strand of fibre cable is capable of carrying over 20,000 telephone calls. Add that to the number of strands in a normal fibre optic cable roll and you're talking millions of telephone calls at one time.


Strings are, strictly speaking, no particles, but vibrating energy threads/filaments.

These strings of quantum consciousness go in all directions infinitely. Our physical bodies are merely anchors or markers that hold our consciousnesses to a zero time set point.






Plasma is the governing Structure of Gravitational Magnetic Field which can hold on to the whole Structure across the Universe.

The Plasma, which has the Source from Inside-Out of an Electron,
can reach every corner of this Universe. It does no matter of its Size.

The same with the Sun. The Sun itself is like a Proton compared to the rest of the Universe.
But every single Sun is a Source of Fields which attracts and releases, and expands the whole of the Universe.

The Universe is made of Plasma.
It is literally a container which has no borders, no barriers.
A Size of it, runs to the Universe and even the Plasma of the Universe itself in the Universe has its own links. So they are all connected. From the minimum to the top.

A Plasma is like a Sun. It radiates its light in a very different way.
It gives and it receives.
It's like a magnet, it has a north pole (1) and a south pole (2).

A plasma is an extremely hot gas that is composed of free-floating ions (atomic nuclei stripped of some electrons - making the ions positively charged) and free electrons (negatively charged). A plasma behaves much differently than a neutral gas, and is considered the fourth state of matter. A plasma conducts electrical currents. Stars are composed of plasma.

The three essential types of matter are:
Matter, Antimatter and Dark Matter

The interaction of these three types of matter results in a larger dynamic integrated system. The original fundamental plasma or neutron.

The Neutron can decay into a Proton and an Electron, leaving remains of small fragments of the magnetic field as light and/or energy.

Note that this is NOT the model of physics, which is taught at universities. However, such conditions could be reproduced in simple plasma reactors during repeated experiments and tests.

This answers the question of why the Elementary Particles known to us, come together in just three, rather than five, 814 or just a family.

This answers a significant question of modern physics.


A strange but charming clan.

There are 6 regular Quarks, and two of them belong to one's own family: We may introduce: Up and Down, Strange and Charm, and finally, Top and Bottom.

The families are different in only one characteristic: their Mass.

Thus, the Up and Down family is the lightest, and the Top and Bottom Clan the heaviest/greatest in the Relatives.

Quarks have an electric charge, but oddly enough, not an integral number: The Up-Quark carries the charge +2/3, the Down-Quark -1/3. Bringing together, for example, two Down-Quarks and an Up-Quark, the resulting structure of 3 has outwardly no more electric charge because it cancels the individual charge values accurately. And this is where we find the Neutron. It is in fact made up of just these 3 quarks and are known to bear no electrical charge.

Quarks carry in addition to their electrical charge also a so-called "Color Charge".
This allows among others to illustratively explain which combinations of quarks are possible.
Because quarks never come singly (alone), as free, skittered particles (at least the contrary was never observed). They are always in packages of two, three or more Quarks packed together, as we just have seen with the Neutron.

The Quarks can take 3 different values regarding the color charge: red, green and blue. If we beam these colors with 3 Spotligts against the wall, so that they overlay, white is created.
Also with the Quarks this "white" plays a major role: There are only those quark combinations stable, whose color charges add up to "white".

To the Individual families belong also other particles, for example are missing, the Anti-Quarks, Electrons, Muons, Tauons, and various Neutrinos including Antiparticles.

Since most of them very rarely visit their clan, they are here of no more interest.

Far more crucial is the question of why the Elementary Particles known to us, come together in just three, rather than five, 814 or just a family.

Who finds out, solves a significant question of modern physics.


A hypothetical neutral massless particle held to bind together quarks to form Hadrons

Gluons are what hold Quarks together to make bigger particles. Gluons carry the strong force between other Quarks, so it is considered a force carrying particle. Photons do the same thing, but for the electromagnetic force. Also, like Photons, Gluons are spin-1 particles, and when a particle has spin-1 it is considered a Boson.

Gluons are hard to study because although they exist in nature all the time, they are so small and require so much energy that scientists until now were not yet able to break them away from Quarks.

Proton and Electron

The Proton and the Electron are Elementary Particles.

The Electrons do not carry the "Color Charge"


Atoms are the building blocks of matter.

All matter (material), substance, everything is made up entirely of atoms which are the building blocks of matter. Whether something is solid, liquid, gas or plasma depends merely on how closely the atoms are packed.

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An atom consists of a atomic shell and an atomic nucleus. The smallest particles of an atom are the electrons, the protons and the neutrons.

Each particle has its own particular place in the atom. You will always find Electrons in the atomic shell. however, Protons and neutrons, have to share the much smaller nucleus.

The electrons of an atom, which you can see here as red dots are negatively charged. Because of their negative charge, they are often marked with a minus sign. In circular orbits the electrons move in the atomic shell repeatedly around the atomic nucleus. Like the planets around the sun.

The protons, which you can see here as blue dots are very tightly packed in the atomic nucleus and positively charged. An atom always has the same number of protons and electrons.

Normally, would two positive charges, when they are close to each other, repel from each other. You can think of it, as with a magnet in which the same poles also would repel from each other . In the atomic nucleus, however, it is not so.

The secret are the neutrons which, as you already know, are also in the atomic nucleus. Neutrons, here shown as green dots, do not have any charges and are between the protons and thus prevent a repulsion.

All atoms have a similar atomic structure. They also consist of the same particles. However, the number of particles is different in the various atoms.

This means, every atom has an atomic shell and an atomic nucleus. As well as the particles, electron, proton and neutron.

Only the hydrogen atom has no neutrons. The reason for this is quite easy. Since the hydrogen atom has only one proton in the atomic nucleus, there will be no repulsion in the core. Therefore no neutron is necessary.


The atom is not a solid, indivisible substance, but consists mainly of space. The center or nucleus of the atom is the main mass. The center consists of protons and neutrons. Circulating around the nucleus are smaller particles called electrons. An atom is only a few hundred millionths of a centimeter across. A proton is so light that it would take 160 million million million million (4) of them to weigh one gram. An electron is 1800 times lighter than this.


Ions are charged atoms.

An ion (greek 'going') is an atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving the atom or molecule a net positive or negative electrical charge.

Ions with electron deficiency are positively, with electron excess negatively charged

A Hydrogen atom (center) contains a single proton and a single electron. The Removal of the electron gives a cation (left), whereas addition of an electron gives an anion (right). The hydrogen anion, with its loosely held two-electron cloud, has a larger radius than the neutral atom, which in turn is much larger than the bare proton of the cation. Hydrogen forms the only cation that has no electrons, but even cations that (unlike hydrogen) still retain one or more electrons are still smaller than the neutral atoms or molecules from which they are derived.


Cations are positively-charged Ions


Anions are negatively-charged Ions







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State of matter/ material

A state of matter/material is one of the distinct forms that matter takes on. Four states of matter/material are observable in everyday life: solid, liquid, plasma and gas.

The four fundamental states of matter/materials. Clockwise from top left, they are solid, liquid, plasma, and gas, represented by an ice sculpture, a drop of water, electrical arcing from a tesla coil, and the air around clouds, respectively.



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A cell has the Mass of about one billion Atoms


The term cell comes from the Latin (Cellula), meaning 'small room'.

Cells are tiny, separated from each other, spaces.

It is the smallest living unit of all organisms/ living beings. We distinguish unicellular and multicellular organisms.

Cells are the basic building blocks of Life (the human body and all animals and plants).

The basic structure for unicellular organisms (bacteria and fungi) is identical.

In multicellular organisms (plants, humans and animals) the basic structure is the same but the cells have different tasks (eg erythrocytes are responsible for oxygen transport, germ cells are responsible for reproduction)

A human body is composed of 75 trillion cells

Cells have different forms: They can be round (egg cell), with extensions (connective tissue cells), spirally or smouth (muscle cells)

In the nucleus of the cell are the chromosomes.


Bacteria are very small Organisms/ Living Beings that consist of only one cell.

Unicellular organism

Unicellular Organisms are Living Beings that consist of only one cell. They are compared with the multicellular organisms.

Unicellular organisms, which are called Protocyte, have no nucleus.

Some Unicellular organisms/ living beings can form cell colonies.

Unicellular organisms/ living beings include all Archaea, most Bacteria, some fungi and many protists (Greek Protista, "primordial being", "firstfruits").

Most unicellular organisms/ living beings are of microscopic size and are thus classified as microorganisms.

Unicellular organisms are found almost everywhere where water is. They are an important component of the plankton and residents of all living environment that are sufficiently moist.

Multicellular organism








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