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The rational interpretation of matter as oscillations of a shared energy quantity existing as dynamic space on a picture with the limits of
physical sizes

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Astronomical limits calculated according to wave processes in a shared quantity. The limiting magnitudes of physical force in microscopic and
astronomical dimensions

In the simplified calculations below we see that if we calculate the universe as if it were only one body with
mass, then results come out again that agree with the sizes of microscopic structure of one single atom. Of course in the theory of the universe as
complete and at the same time it has been explained that the total amount of energy does not exist as one body only and it is distributed as a
shared quantity in equilibrium and exists as a global space. We saw the first calculations of such a correlation of shared energy as a volume of
space and as a concentrated amount of matter in body volume.

The second mass M from the simple equation M(2) = F·R^2 / G·M0

__when the first mass is the mean mass M0__ = √(Mmin·Mpl) = h·f0 / c^2 = 2.005643 ×10^-29 kg (of the mathematical principle of an atom of matter):

1) Muni = Fpl ·λ0^2 / G ·M0 = __1.098530 ×10^57 kg__ = Fpl / V0

2) Muni = F0 ·λmax^2 / G ·M0 = __1.098533 ×10^57 kg__ = Fpl / V0

3) Runi = G ·M0 ·Muni / Fres(min) ·λmax = G ·M0 ·Muni / 1.802583 ×10^-12 = __8.155677 ×10^29 m__

4) Runi = G ·M0 ·Muni / F0 ·λ0 = __8.155682 ×10^29 m__

5) G ·M0 ·Muni / Runi^2 = __2.210217 ×10^-42 N__ = Fmin

6) G ·M0 ·Muni / λ0^2 = __1.210579 ×10^44 N__ = Fpl (same as h·fpl/λpl)

7) Muni = Fmin ·Runi^2 / G ·M0 = __1.098533 ×10^57 kg__

Where Muni is the total mass of the Universe if it were a single body. Such a large mass along with a tiny mass
of an atom of matter (ie about the average value) give results that are in accordance to the minimum and maximum limits and with sizes at average.

• In the immediately above results (1,2) we see how large the second mass is when a maximum force is introduced
into the equation of the gravitational force or the force of average size in relation to an elementary atomic quantity M0.

• After (3,4) we see how much distance can separate (we would say in one dimension of the volume) the total
mass Muni from the mean mass M0 which theoretically is the beginning of an atom of matter: 1) when the force between them is weak Fres(min) or mean
size F0.

• We still see (in 5,6) according to the same equation how much force can connect the total Muni mass with the
average mass, which is the mathematical principle of an atom of matter, when the distance is extremely large or the microscopic length in the
structure of matter (average length λ0).

• At the end (7) we see that even when the atomic mass is associated with an extremely weak force at an
extremely large distance, then this force according to the constant G of gravity still needs an extremely large amount of mass.

If we thought with the illusory image of a world of innumerable astronomical bodies spaced outwards from each
other then we would not dare to think these simple equations about the limits of the Universe. It is difficult for a competent physicist to think in
such simple mathematics about the Universe!

• If we introduce the minimum force Fmin = Emin / λmax = F0^2 / Fmax = 2.210208 ×10-42 N for the average length
λ0 in the same equation M(2) = F·R^2 / G·M0 then the mass M(2) = M0.

That is: Fmin ·λ0^2 / G ·M0 = 2.005645 ×10^-29 kg.

If we introduce the restoring force F(re-max)= 4.4499407 ×10^22 N then the result is:

F(re-max)·λ0^2 / G ·M0 = 4.038056 ×10^35 kg = M(1ls), which is a mathematical limit of astronomical mass.

Where:

Fmin = 2.210218 ×10^-42 N | Fpl = 1.210586 ×10^44 N | F0 = 16.35743 Ν

• The minimum magnitude of force according to the limits* for the structure of an

atom is:

Fmin = G·Mmin^2 / λpl^2 = G·Mpl^2 / λmax^2 = G·M0^2 / λ0^2 = 2.210208

×10^-42 N

Fmin = h·fmin^2 /c = h /c·Tmax^2 = Emin / λmax = F0^2 / Fmax = 2.210208

×10^-42 N

• The maximum magnitude of force according to the limits for the structure of an

atom is:

Fpl = G·Mpl^2 / λpl^2 = c^2·c^2 /G ≈ 1.210586 ×10^44 N

Fpl = h·fpl^2 /c = h /c·Tpl^2 = h·fpl/c·Tpl = Epl / λpl ≈ 1.210586 ×10^44 N

• The average force according to the limits for the structure of an atom is:

F0 = G·Mmin·Mpl / λpl^2 = G·M0^2 / λpl^2 = G·Mpl^2 / λ0^2 = 16.35743 N

F0 = √(Fmin·Fpl) = h·fmin·fpl /λ0 = h·f0 /λ0 = E0/λ0 = 16.35743 N

*[The inertia scale derived from the physical constants is: Μmax =√(h·c/G) = 5.45624 ×10^-8 kg and Mmin =
h·1Hz/c^2 = 0.73725 ×10^-50 kg]

*[The average value of energy and corresponding inertia: Ε0 = 1.802582 ×10^-12 J and M0 = 2.00564 ×10^-29 kg
for M0 = √(Mmin · Mpl)]

"The two extremes on the theoretical scale of energy (≈×10^8 - ≈×10^-34 J) and corresponding force (≈×10^-42 -
≈×10^44 Ν) are not seen within the structure of an atom, yet we observe and measure the average values of these two invisible limits (Ε0 ~1.802582
×10^-12 J, F0 ~16.3574 N, M0 ~2.00564 ×10^-29 kg). (...) The mean force towards smaller radius r < 10^-13m has an increased magnitude as nuclear
while towards longer radius >10^-13m outside an atom it is attenuated and appears as e/m and as gravitational force".

The simplest calculations which are undoubtedly based almost on the average values of physical quantities and
according to the constant G of the weakest force reveal a large mass, which is not a body, nor a particle within the structure of matter. But this
mass is not lacking and instead the particles present themselves and have their forces with a shared and equivalent mass which is invisible. The
structure of matter is connected to this simultaneous quantity at microscopic lengths after a process of lowering the maximum force and slowing down
to extremely high rates. This universal force in the direction of the structure of matter has the characteristics of a nuclear and e/m force. At the
same time, the building blocks (matter) have this same shared quantity on their exterior in an opposite direction as free space with a gravitational
field.

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More details and clarifications in the presentation under the title :

A complete and stabilized Universe seen like free space. Subtitle : The rational
interpretation of matter as oscillations of energy in a shared quantity, existing as dynamic space