Nature is using more and more energy. We switched from softwoods, firs, to leaf and flower trees because the leaves capture more energy.
Also, fish, consuming little energy, have become amphibians. So they could go into the open air. Then amphibians became reptiles to stay on earth. Now (...)
Matter is everything that is in the universe. The universe is what you see in the sky at night. So that’s a lot of material. Matter makes up everything in our universe.
It is known that matter is essentially composed of vacuum, even heavy matter. The Higgs Boson creates a field and gravity (...)
A air’s wave is like a sea’s wave that propagates in a vacuum. A wave is a regular change’s propagation in a medium. The waves are part of a field, i.e. a curved zone of influence.
There is emptiness everywhere. In this vacuum waves that we do not see change the matter’s behavior. It is (...)
Everything is energy. Atoms are inert energy. Waves have energy in them.
The energy makes it possible to create heat which is then distributed. Energy can take different forms. It could be a wood fire. It could be the electricity that activates the light lamps. It can be a water dam that (...)
Waves make up the matter’s particles. Thus, several waves merge to create a particle. We still can’t see the particle with a naked eye.
Several particles merge to give the Higgs boson that creates atom’s mass and atom. The Higgs boson, which is a set of particles, creates a field, i.e. a (...)