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Matter is Created From Non-Empty Space

Authors: Seamus McCelt

The Fabric-of-Space is not solid, liquid, gas nor plasma. It is a thread particle network made from individual yet connected quantum threads.

Space has all threads expanded to full length.
Matter has threads balled-up and or wrapped around the nucleus.

Creating matter from space? Yes, the basic ratio is four to one. Four units of space can make 2 protons and 2 electrons and that makes an Hydrogen gas molecule -- basic matter.

That means the thread network in space is the equivalent of 25% real matter, but since it is actually just the network that you cannot see, I guess you can call it Dark Matter.
Got it? If you think of all the particles in space that are filling the Universe and convert them into normal matter... you would get a Universe that is filled with 25% matter.

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