Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
Free macro bodies have a natural tendency to gradually reshape themselves to perfect spheres in three dimensional space. Sub-structured macro bodies tend to increase their existence into most number of spatial dimensions. This is the result of (apparent) interactions between its constituent matter particles. Contrary to this tendency of macro bodies, pure (unstructured) matter particles tend to reduce their existence into minimum number of spatial dimensions. This contradictory behaviour of matter (in its pure state and in sub-structured state) can be shown as the basis of all physical phenomena in nature, including creation, sustenance, (apparent) interactions and eventual destruction of macro bodies.
Comments: 4 Pages. Originally published in General Science Journal
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