Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
Due to structure of three-dimensional matter-particles and apparent interaction between them free macro bodies have a natural tendency to gradually reshape themselves to perfect spheres in 3D space. Sub-structured macro bodies tend to increase their existence into most number of spatial dimensions. 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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