April 15, 2018

Regardless what type of matter we look at - a metal, an organ, flower, crystal, etc., it will be made up of molecules and they on the other hand would be made up of atoms. All atoms are created by the combination of negatively charged "electrons", positively charged "protons" and neutrally charged "neutrons". Both protons and neutrons bind together to create the nucleus of the atom while the electrons create different "electric shells" around it. The shell types of atoms determine if the matter that they create would either have magnetic properties or not. The number of electrons, protons and neutrons in the atom determines what its type and mass will be. Both protons and neutrons are made up of "Quarks" that can be classified in 6 different types. Those quarks are being held together thanks to a force named "the strong force" which is carried through massless particles named "gluons". Just as electromagnetism is the force that can hold  magnetic materials together, or just as gravity holds us on the ground, gluons are holding the quarks together. They can be emitted from the quarks themselves, just as photons can be emitted from electrons. Even though the proton is mainly made up of 2 "up quarks" and 1 "down quark" and the neutron from 2 "down quarks" and 1 "up quarks", many more quarks constantly pop in and out of existence inside the protons and neutrons.


Before we can continue, we have to understand what are "gluon field fluctuations" and "flux tube".
Empty space, whether we look around us or in the cosmos, it's not actually empty. All space is filled with energy fields, or we can also say that space itself is sitting on those fields.  These energy fields can create fluctuations anywhere in space. You can imagine those fluctuations as "wobblings" up and down, thus we have the term "vibrations". These fields are constantly vibrating with a speed we cannot even imagine. Each field is producing different set of paricles. For example the quark field produces all the different types of quarks when vibrating, the vibrations of the electric field produce electrons, the vibrations of the electromagnetic field produce photons, etc. Those fields are overlap one another, therefore they are able to interact between themselves. For example the electric field can interact with the electromagnetic when an electron emits a photon, and the reverse is true as well - photons from the EM field can produce an electron in the electric field. It is possible that there is only 1 field, but our current scientific understanding sees that one field from different perspectives, creating the illusion of the existence of several fields. In this article we will mainly discuss the quark field, as quarks are the building blocks of matter. The fluctuations in this field are called "gluon field fluctuations" by Professor Derek Leinweber at the University of Adelaide. He also created a simulation based on the Quantum Chromo-Dynamics theory using a super computer to show how quarks interact with one another through gluons (the strong force). 

The frame rate of this simulation is 1, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000 FPS and it shows the fluctuations in an extremely tiny point of space. The red spots are where the energy is more dense. Those vibrations we view as "particles"; even though they do not exist by themselves as such, but only through conscious observation we experience them as particles. That's why quantum physics tells us that particles can be viewed as both particles and waves. Where vibrations in that field happen, pairs of quarks and anti-quarks can be manifested and upon collision - transformed into another type of energy. For example the collision of an electron with its opposite particle - positron, results into the emission of photons carrying the same amout of energy of both the electron and the positron, because energy can neither be produced nor destroyed, but converted into different forms.


The "flux tube" represents the space between the quarks inside protons and neutrons. This space creates a "vacuum" - a part within the field with the least energy state possible. And since quarks are constantly moving and popping in and out of existence, the flux tubes between them are constantly appearing, disappearing and moving as well. This process of constant energy change in space is happening with an incredible speed. The 3 main quarks that create the protons and neutrons, are making up only 0,05% of their mass. The rest of the mass in the protons and neutrons is not coming only from the higgs field, but also from the constant vibrations of the quark field that creates quarks and anti-quarks annihilating eah other, as well as from the kinetic and potential energy of the 3 quarks that make up every proton and neutron. This means our bodies and all matter in the Universe are made of vibrating fields filling the whole space of the cosmos. The real nature of these fields and their energies are intangible for our five senses or any physical tool used to observe them. We can only see their effects onto our physical world, but we cannot see their real nature as "fields and vibrations". Some interesting questions with which science still struggles are why those fluctuations started to happen in the beginning of the Universe, and why matter was produced in higher quantities than anti-matter, which led to the "Big Bang expansion".

Perhaps the experiments of Masaru Emoto, Hans Jenny and other scientific experiments on vibrations are atleast showing the possibility that the buddhistic, hindu and various occultic philosophies may be right when stating that the mind of "THE ALL", is what created and continues to create everything in existence through his thoughts in the form of vibrations, as from their experiments we know that our thoughts and emotions produce vibrations, or in other words - energy.

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