Learn about Quantum Revelation:
Quantum physics is the scientific field of knowledge that deals with what are considered to be the most fundamental building blocks of matter, and the physical laws that govern them. Collectively, these primary units of matter are referred to as quanta, and singularly as a quantum. A quantum particle is generally defined as a unit of energy that is of a specific and irreducible size. According to the theoretical framework accepted by today’s scientific establishment, these quanta are considered the smallest possible constituent parts of all physical things within our universe. This is because the mathematical formulas that are used to define the world of microcosmic reality dictate that anything smaller than a quantum particle isn’t able to exist within the four dimensions of spacetime. Below this microcosmic scale of matter the laws of nature as we know them are said to no longer be sustainable. According to the accepted scientific framework, all physical things in our universe are made up of these minimal units of quanta, organized into specific arrangements that build up in layered scales of ever more complex structural forms such as atoms and molecules, plants and animals, planets and stars.
It is important to understand that all of matter – everything that is at all physical in nature – acquires its physical substance through nothing more than fluctuating patterns of energy, ordered expressions of movement. This means that the physical substance of reality that we perceive is really nothing more than rhythmical, energetic motion in complex weaves and patterns. These energy patterns, at least as far as science can tell us, begin at the imperceptible scale of quantum particles, and through their interactions with one another, build up into larger and progressively more ‘solid’ structures that become physically perceptible at higher scales. However, if this energetic motion should cease, there would be nothing. The physical universe would simply disappear.
These patterns of energetic motion form the protons and neutrons that make up an atom’s nucleus, which in turn form the hundred or so types of atoms that we know of, which in turn can form into an innumerable variety of molecules. These molecules can combine to form even larger objects that we’re able to sense and experience more directly, such as rocks, trees, the air we breath, even our own human bodies, as well as the planet we live on and all the stars and galaxies in the universe. Although many of the physical objects around us that we’re familiar with seem to be solid, at the finest microcosmic scale they are understood to be all made up of the very same basic substance – indivisible quantum units of vibrating energy. What we commonly perceive to be the physical substance of matter can be more fundamentally conceived of as a dimensional matrix of varying energetic patterns
dancing their rhythmic frequencies of movement.