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# AMAZING ARTICLES #3: THE SUBATOMIC - INTRO ONE

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In 1917 Russian aristocracy started being exterminated. It took just a few years, then the entire noble class became extinct by the hands of the peasants. Next, peasants' reign lasted until 1989: that was 72 good years. After 1989, "things" returned to "normal", historically. It looks as if the entire Russian communist era was just some sort of an "historical curse", because the only ones to suffer (most) were the numerous, proud, powerful Russian aristocracy.

That Russian communist episode is an extraordinary lesson, for those able to "read" it. Note that the mentioned Russian curse doesn't appear to be quite "a genuine historical curse", since it has materialized itself as just the curse of one single person--a Russian peasant! However, that curse had been so powerful that it turned reality, and then the entire Russian aristocracy vanished, together with the whole Czar's family. Today, any surviving member of the Czar's family would be rather welcome in Russia, therefore we ask, "Where is the 'hand of Destiny' in the curse of a peasant?"

Well, in order to reach its rightful path, the Destiny of our Civilization needed the curse of the Russian peasant. That was a crucial decisional moment for our Planet-wide Destiny. The Destiny itself stopped frozen for some time, waiting for the Russian curse to become reality; fortunately, it did. Note that, without the Russian curse, today our Destiny would have been far worse . . .

Those things happened, and they will happen again. Obviously, the great thorny question is, "Why?" Best thing, read MERCY, dear friends--honestly.

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Yeah, we do have to apologize: we name the Subatomic (Universe) the next level from quark down, and we consider that atomic particles (e.g. bosons, fermions) are atomic components. Consequently, our Amazing Articles may come in conflict with some, generally accepted, naming conventions. Truth is, the naming used in our Amazing Articles has little or no importance; only the functionality, the theory, and Global Picture we strive present are truly important.

The atom is studied today with the Quantum Mechanics Theory (QMT), and most of the experiments we perform are mechanical in nature: e. g. collisions. At Corollary Theorems / Complement Control we consider that high-energy particle collisions give us chaotic data, such as the generation of new atomic components, totally unrelated to the ordinary state of the nuclear particles under study. However, for the time being, particle acceleration and collisions are sufficiently good to help us peek into the intriguing atom's components.

It is interesting to note that Quantum Mechanics was needed, some time ago, because it was evident that inside the atom, atom's components behave differently than matter does outside the atom. Unfortunately, it is more and more obvious today that our Quantum Mechanics Theory is not sufficient. Very many scientists came, and they do come, with all sort of new theories and new mathematical models--as patches to the Quantum Mechanics Theory--trying to account for many unexplained, rebellious phenomena.

 In Quantum Mechanics it is considered that (some) atomic particles exist in two states, or they have a double state/nature:    1. of a mechanical particle;    2. of an electromagnetic wave. That double nature has generated the Latin-origin name of "quantum (sg), quanta (pl)" used to name the atomic components--"quantum" is translated as "a very small particle" (actually, the smallest possible physically). However, the bad part is, no matter what they do--or how they use this Quantum Mechanics--the scientists relate everything to mechanical notions: particles, the energy of the particle, initial mass, impulse etc.

Details about atom's structure and its components may be found in many places on the Internet; what we want to highlight here is the Global Picture. What we see is, the atom breaks normal space in 2 regions: the space outside the atom, and the space inside the atom. Note that the atom cannot exist without its minimal amount of space which is--stunningly!--almost empty, due to the unbelievably small dimensions of its components.

At Time Zero (mentioned in A1) our Atomic Universe came into existence with its own space, matter, and time. It is possible that existence started with one single quark or with only one hydrogen proton (the Little Pop theory--A1), or it could have been an enormous eruption (the Big Bang theory). Although that Time Zero appears to be very important to everybody, in fact it doesn't matter--well, not very much.

What really matters is the state of the Universe before and after Time Zero. The state of the Universe at Time Zero is the answer to what happened, while the states before and after explain how it all happened. It is mentioned in A1 that before Time Zero there was NOTHING, meaning, there was, indeed, nothing from our Atomic Universe. However, there was the Subatomic Universe with everything needed for our Atomic Universe to come into existence under the pressure of the imbalanced Certitude Factors.

 We work with "equations", in our day to day life, and we love to "balance things"--this is in our very nature, it is in our blood. Unfortunately, "balance" means "involution". In order to have "evolution" (and also "understanding"), we need to work (and to understand) the "unbalanced equations"--also named "inequations". That is just the way things work in the entire Universe, and way beyond. We are going to detail this topic in the following Amazing Articles.

After Time Zero, matter, space, and time came into existence all at once. Some may say: "Wait a minute, why all at once?" Well, think of the first Little Pop of matter, and let's consider it a hydrogen atom in this article. Things are this way: the atom cannot exist without its own, minimal, internal space, and it also cannot exist without the continuous flow of time. Time is the most important ingredient for matter to exist. Try to picture time as a closed loop in a software program: if the loop is stopped, everything is frozen and nothing moves. Without time, atom's components, and the atom itself, would simply disappear. If the time loop works, atom's components can change their state, therefore they keep their structure because most of atom's components exist only if they change their state(s) according to a certain, specific frequency.

So, in order to have matter space is needed, and same is time. Of course, later we may find out that there are other conditions needed, way more . . . hard-to-imagine, but let's keep things straight and simple, for now. The existence of the Subatomic is speculated today, as it was mentioned in A1, by the String and the M theories, although they are just a timid beginning. What is needed is to understand the nature, the general idea behind these four levels:

1. macro-cosmos
2. outside-atom
3. inside-atom
4. the Subatomic

The outside-atom processes are mechanical, electrical, and chemical in nature, and they are related to the "planetary inertial system". Further from the outside-atom level, there is the macro-cosmos where things happen differently than they do considering the planetary reference. We can see many unusual phenomena in macro-cosmos today [A2: Dark Matter, Dark Energy] which are direct results of the processes that happen at the Subatomic level. The Subatomic is needed to unify and to explain why things are so different in macro-cosmos, at planetary level, at outside-atom  level (this is the nano/molecular level), and also considering the inside-atom zone.

Now, we [at Corollary Theorems] consider the Subatomic is formed from many layers of Primary-Energies which are not energies as we know them: Primary-Energies can create energy (as a matter-dependant characteristic) in the Atomic Universe, only when they group themselves in two or, most likely, three Primary-Energies together.

Some could say that this strange Subatomic theory does not account for the matter-antimatter unbalanced situation existing in our Atomic Universe, but that is not so, simply because we didn't discuss the topic. The preponderance of matter over antimatter is a natural development under the Certitude Factors, because only the asymmetry brings some/little balance back to the Certitude Factors.

 Our mechanical Physics says: "whenever we have action, there is an equal reaction"; in other words, perfect symmetry! The Subatomic theory says: "symmetry, or balance, leads to involution, or to NOTHING; "imbalance" means evolution, and the creation of the Atomic Universe". As long as there will be imbalance in the Subatomic, the Atomic Universe would continue to exist; when the Subatomic imbalance should disappear, the entire Atomic Universe will also disappear instantly--this is, without warning.

Sure, some may ask: "What are those terrible Certitude Factors you keep on fussing about?" Please, have little patience, and wait for the next articles.

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First published on September 12, 2004

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