Chapter 3 - Wave Theory and Quarks
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In pictures obtained of the sun, we see the movement of matter along its paths. The next illustration shows the motion of energetic matter that has escaped from the sun.

Waves with the same frequency of vibration maintain contact even over large distances via energetic (dark) matter, indicating that dark space transfers different vibrations because they react with those of the same frequency.

Because magnetic matter surrounds energetic waves, and the latter is invisible and fades in space, it may be that all dark space is connected by magnetic and energetic matter. The flow of matter in energetic paths (rings) is unidirectional, but its serpiginous flow creates different directions of energetic flow and different forces. The behaviour of energetic matter since the Big Bang is an expanding, repelling, swirling movement (picture below). By this movement, however, swirls pull everything from their surroundings inside themselves. The appearance of gravity is only secondary in an organized energetic matter wave, by virtue of the different configurations of its energetic path.

The shrinking behaviour of energetic matter that precluded the Big Bang will be discussed in the chapter on the universe.

Although there is an accepted definition of gravity, I believe that the issue of gravity is far more complicated, because every object has its own swirl behaviours, its own space and attraction and repulsion properties. This will be discussed more fully later on.

The movement of energetic matter in a wave and in its path, as well as its momentum, creates opportunities for the wave to achieve wholeness.

Energetic matter has only expansive, swirling behaviour. Every concentration of energetic matter creates an inclination of space, a defined energetic space like a funnel, pushing energy into itself (as in water or tornados or black holes - huge swirls).

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