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The prevalent and prevailing consensus points to four fundamental forces — electromagnetism, gravitation, as well as strong and weak nuclear forces— but I aver that there is only one force: energetic matter. The energetic matter creates wave formations are expressed exclusively by the two principle behaviors (forces) of pushing and pulling.

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Energetic matter creates its own energetic path by means of its spinning and swirling, mobile behavior. Sparks (quarks), lightening, and thunder are common examples of this phenomena (pictures below) which can also be observed in Wilson chambers and in the aftermath of supernova explosions.

The swirling and spinning movement of energetic matter along its path forms closed formations that are comprised of two loops aligned in two, intertwined circular structures (picture, right). This formation constitutes a main force that essentially created and creates everything (including other forces) by virtue of the extant force that exists within the wave formation.

Absolutely everything is composed of this, and only this, main force of energetic matter. Nevertheless, the vast diversity that the natural world is endowed with is the result of the particular path in every individual wave formation. To follow is an explanation of the fundamental forces (energetic paths) and their creative endeavors (see the chart at the beginning of the article).

After the Big Bang and other similar events, energetic matter expands in the form of spark-like energetic paths (quarks) and by dint of their energetic paths and swirling properties (pictures below) form wave formations.

The swirling and spinning motion creates circular formations. To finish constructing the wave, the energetic matter must complete two semi-circular rounds. The figures are executed perpendicular to each other, and their energetic paths are in a state of superposition.

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The closed formation allows the energetic matter to move along closed energetic paths and maintain its energetic matter. It creates two internal swirls (vortices), which are neither identical nor symmetrical. In other words, the same type of energetic matter that moves along a common path that is shared by both swirls within a particular wave formation. Nevertheless, the swirls do not contain equal amounts of energy even in units with the same amount of space.

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The Magnetic Loop
In magnetic loops (swirls), the energy and space are aligned in shrinking concentrations, and the energy in the energetic path (quark) faces towards the inside of the formation. Consequently, the loop has pulling (gravitational) properties that enables it to concentrate significant amounts of energy, as postulated in the Pauli Principle, which safeguards the structural integrity of the wave (picture below). The palpable magnetic loop affords the wave formation with many opportunities, including the creation of other formations, as seen in supernova explosions.

The Energetic Loop
In the larger energetic loop (picture below), energetic matter has pushing and expanding properties (such as dark matter). Itis also endowed with pulling properties that are, however, weaker than its repelling forces.

In contrast to the magnetic loop, the energetic loop disseminates energy via its pushing properties, and its electromagnetic force points outwards. Under ideal circumstances, like the photon, the amounts of energy in the electric and magnetic loops are equal, but the sizes of each loop are nonetheless disparate.

Wave theory clearly shows that like every classic wave the photon has two distinct loops. This runs counter to the scientific consensus, which assumes that photons consist of only one indivisible unit. This misunderstanding stems from the fact that the energetic loop is invisible; yet, it has always been measurable (2p2, 2p2a, 2p4).

Polarized light (two planes of light propagation)

As such, the energetic loop disperses its energy while the magnetic loop protects it. The two neighboring loops are in a state of perpetual competition as well as superposition. We thus see that energetic matter with its energetic paths create only two fundamental forces: pushing and pulling! In other words, this virtual form of energetic matter always appears in two states simultaneously.

Heisenberg’s remarkable intuition led him to suspect that energetic matter is not distributed in a classical formation, as was believed, and then proceeded to prove it with his famous “uncertainty principle.” In fact, this cardinal rule holds true for all energetic matter, be it immense or minute. Einstein also felt that his theories on gravitation were incomplete and thus devised his renowned “constant.” Planck similarly introduced a group of constants to overcome this problem. However, wave theory provides a unifying solution for all the above-mentioned scholars that is based on accessible observations from nature.

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Wave theory offers a coherent explanation for all the presumed fundamental forces (electromagnetic, gravitation, strong, and weak forces): energetic matter — shrinking energetic space and time — is the one principal force that created the universe and everything else! Colleagues have urged me to provide an exact definition of energetic matter. Initially, my research on this matter had me leaning towards a deep circle solution. However, I realized at an early stage that this is not the final circle. The notion that the universe is comprised of more circles appears to be the only viable explanation for how such an ingenious formation ostensibly appeared and appears out of the blue. In fact, I readily admit that the details are beyond my abilities, and I thus leave this epic task to the next generations. Nevertheless, at this stage I propose the following equation:

Energetic matter = energetic shrinking space and time

This formula may appear to be straightforward, but in fact it represents an extremely sophisticated virtual formation that paves the way for novel research (picture below).

Michael Faraday (1791-1867) sketched a map that outlines the location of lines in an electric field (lines of force). The lines are always inclined towards the negative charges (inside) and away from the positive charges (pic 6p8, eq6, 2p8ab), exactly as postulated by wave theory!

The pushing and pulling forces that are created by energetic matter constitute the two primary fundamental forces of nature. Changes that take place in the relative position of energy along a path, between a wave formation’s energetic and magnetic loops, are what determine the particular force and phase transition [link to phase transition]. For example, formations with large energetic loops (like dark matter) are in a high-energy phase. Inversely, our moon, which loses its energetic matter and is configured in a cold (low-energy) magnetic formation, is relatively small (as it contains smaller energetic loops). Therefore, it has stronger gravitation and less energetic space.

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The electricity found in sparks, thunder, and supernovas explosions is a prominent example of primary energetic (ONE) forces, which by virtue of the wave formation creates everything.

Faraday’s beautiful experiment shows that these two — ostensibly different — forces are essentially one (adjacent picture). Waving a magnet over a closed, helical wire formation without actually coming into physical contact with the magnet induces an electric flow. This proves that energetic matter is virtual (but not in the sense that it is nothing). Moreover, it shows that magnetic and electric matter are in fact the same single matter. It is commonly known that impotent magnets can be revitalized by rubbing. In other words, by adding energy we can resurrect the magnetic force.

Strong forces
The powerful atomic force is also engendered by the energetic loop. It preserves the link between the two protons, as seen in the following picture of the helium atom. Neutrons divide the atomic confluence, while the energetic matter is charged with uniting the elements (pictures below).

Weak Forces
The weak forces are created by neutrons in the magnetic loop (vortex), which constantly attempt to maintain their energy (their swirls) . Moreover, as seen in helium and lithium atoms (pictures below), the neutrons preserve their energy in accordance with the Pauli principle. The entire atom similarly attempts to maintain its structural integrity whenever other formations attempt to engulf it. As Schrodinger introduced in his cats paradox, the weak and strong forces are in state of perpetual superposition.

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The final force is gravitation, which similarly derives from the magnetic/gravitational loop (pictures below).

Energetic matter that flows along its energetic path faces towards the inside of the loop as does its spiral loops (see picture). The energy accumulates inside and provides it with the force to pull itself to the inside of the loop (swirl). This accumulation is also responsible for the parabolic path on which the energy flows towards the inside. Consequently, the gravitational flow also follows a parabolic path. Furthermore, the force of gravity is stronger the closer it gets to the formation, and its radius depends on its energetic loop.

Wave theory, then, claims that every energetic formation belongs to a particular path. For example, each of the planets permanently rotates around the sun along their own specific energetic path.


Every energetic path creates forces that depend on the orientation of the particular wave. Other forces, which I refer to as signals, constantly maintain the unity of the universe. The signals remain a mystery and are not included among the principal forces, despite the fact that they derive from energetic matter. Wave formations, both large and small, are rigid stable formations that are guided by their own forces and rules. The universe is not a chaotic realm. As Einstein put it, “God does not play dice.” Nevertheless, energetic matter is a living vibrant entity that is subject to occasional change, but it always returns to abide by the same rules.

Gravitation, which is active only along the magnetic path, is similarly mutable. Its degree of flexibility is subject to the incessant competition between energetic and magnetic forces in the loops (superposition).

The different available combinations within the wave formation allow for the existence of different energetic paths and consequently different forces within the paths, which are created exclusively by the one main force — energetic matter. Wave theory’s sophisticated solution of matter aligned as a wave formation is beyond our wildest imaginations! An understanding of our universe necessitates a keen eye for the hints that exist throughout nature. These very skills also guided the observations of such luminaries as Copernicus and Darwin. While I am confident that the swirling and spinning path of energetic matter is aligned as a wave formation, it nevertheless remains a mysterious virtual formation.

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Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2003. All rights reserved.