2.a) General properties of matter

Taking advantage of the fact that the general properties of matter can be renormalized, I will try to relate them in order to make the assimilation of the new paradigm easier. As the new model grows in complexity, nuances will appear in the properties of matter. In fact, the following ideas offer a view of the structure and properties of matter renormalized several times over.

In addition to the numerous small renormalizations that Global Mechanics underwent during its initial development, it is useful to point out the switch from the previous semi-rigid model to Global Mechanics’ current elastic model. This came as a consequence of the review of the whole model, once the part dedicated to Astronomy and Cosmology was finished.

Although the new elastic model only adds the general property of matter concerning the constitution of globine as unbreakable matter, this property significantly simplifies Global Mechanics by making the most complex mechanisms of the old semi-rigid model unnecessary.

On the previous page, the nature of the structure of matter was introduced as a three-dimensional net of unbreakable filaments that extend themselves along the whole universe. This 3D grid is called Globus.

Let us delve deeper into the characteristics or general properties of matter.

  • Three-dimensional structure

    When one is wondering what gravity is, the first thing one thinks of is that it has to be a spatial structure, which can support the forces of gravity. Then, if we remove the radial symmetry of gravity, we will find that the three-dimensional structure with supersymmetry is a general property of matter.

    The images shown in this book refer to the three spatial dimensions of Euclidian geometry, and their goal is to get the brain accustomed to the real existence and the characteristics of globine as a state of matter, which configures gravity in the normal world known by all of us. This is in order to, at least, be able to follow the explanations of the new physics model’s properties and nature, by considering that the existence of other worlds and time travel are or have to be, for now, science fiction.

    The proposed three-dimensional structure of matter will be composed of filaments that form a 3D grid of reticules.

    Structure of matterReticule of globine
    Reticule of globine
  • Reticules with a cube shape

    The crossing of the globine filaments form a cube. Another general property of matter is that the filaments are joined and fixed in the vertices of the lattice structure.

    The shape of a cube has been chosen because it is the simplest for the brain to visualize. Any other geometric figure could also be possible, provided it does not forbid the physical state with the general property of matter of theoretical supersymmetry in absence of forces of gravity or electromagnetism.

  • Unbreakable filaments

    This characteristic or property of matter justifies the principle of conservation of matter (understanding matter as in the Global Mechanics sense).

  • Continuous nature of matter

    Likewise, the nature of the unbreakable filaments makes matter be continuous in the entire universe; in other words, the Globus particle extends itself throughout the whole universe. After almost 2500 years of a discontinuous nature of matter, who would have thought it? I hope Democritus wouldn't mind!

  • Matter is formed exclusively by the filaments´ matter

    The space between filaments is completely empty and hollow in the theoretic state of supersymmetry.

    This characteristic of matter will be very useful to me when developing the theory of the formation of mass and the new theory of the atom.

  • Elasticity

    This property of matter is very intuitive, but we have to take into account that it is combined with a huge rigidity at the scale at which we ourselves operate.

    The elasticity explains the principle of energy conservation as it is an energy of reversible deformation. Perfect elasticity is an essential requirement for the principle of energy conservation.

    The concept of elastic energy is more complex than it appears at first. An elastic object needs internal elements with elastic properties and so on. On another hand, elastic energy needs elements in constant motion or vibration, as a totally static element would not have any internal energy.

    In short, the property of elasticity configures the globine as a material net in constant vibration or resonance.

    Longitudinal elasticity, bi-dimensional or longitudinal curvature elasticity and transversal elasticity, together with the unbreakable nature of matter’s filaments, support the Principle of Global Conservation, which covers the law of conservation of matter and the law of conservation of energy.

  • Longitudinal elasticity

    This quantitative characteristic has its relevance; the elasticity of the filaments could make them reach a length of ten, a hundred or a thousand times longer than their length in the absence of traction forces. For now, we have the liberty to fix this parameter; nevertheless, the size of the stable elementary particles with mass – protons and neutrons – can help us to quantitatively delimit this general property of matter.

    One should not confuse the expansion or contraction of globine with variations of space itself, as some physics theories do.

  • Bi-dimensional or longitudinal curvature elasticity

    The result of the forces derived from the elastic tension of the longitudinal curvature of the filaments in globine will be responsible for the atractis causa of the gravitational theory in Global Mechanics.

  • Transverse elasticity

    The elasticity of a transverse nature is a general property of matter which is different from the longitudinal and which will be the physical base of the electromagnetic interaction.

    This general property of matter will be related, together with the property of longitudinal elasticity and longitudinal curvature, with the weak and strong nuclear interactions and with the formation of mass.

The general properties of matter try to describe the nature of globine from both an internal and an external point of view. The elastic properties of globine imply that within its constitution it has smaller elements. Perhaps the limit of transverse or longitudinal elasticity is related to the size of the reticule.

In short, the filaments configure themselves as the mechanism for the transmission of the minimum unit of energy, unavoidably related to the Planck constant – though it is most probably not as constant as it appears to be. Often, it is convenient to not be satisfied with the appearance of things, but rather to go deeper with one’s mind.

On the following pages we will analyze the composition, characteristics and properties of matter in general for each of the big categories into which the structure of matter in general is divided.