by Matthieu Giroux
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 coherent set of waves. This creates the atom, because the field orders the atom. We still can’t see the atom.
An atom can be light like hydrogen or heavy like thorium. It is then composed of particles called electrons and protons more or less numerous. Electrons run around protons.
Since electrons are on the edge of an atom, they can run through atoms creating electricity. Electricity is an electrons’ movement on conductive atoms, that is, being able to exchange their electrons.
An atom groups with other atoms depending on that makes it. This gives a molecule. We still can’t see the molecule. There are molecules in the air. You feel them when you quickly move your hand in the air.
A molecule is very stable. So a molecule can last a long time. Formulas exist to transform molecules into new molecules. Then we can see color changing during chemical experiments. Chemistry is the outside of atoms’ study to transform molecules.
Thus the universe is created. In stars, matter is created with very close waves. Otherwise the galaxies should have died a long time ago.
Write the matter’s creation’s path.