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Matter is composed of particles, and particles, having wave-particle duality, can also be called wave-particles. Waves carry energy, and as such are part of the three infinities that you recognize, and call the 5 quantitative things; space, time, and energy.
And what about the material? This is the key to any physical theory.
The material is not a quantitative concept.
The material is a physical form.
If a theory does not explain the appearance of matter in reality, it is doomed to failure.
The explanation I suggested sounds fantastic, but it is simply realistic.
As there is passive energy, so there is passive time.
It's hard to get used to the idea of passive time, but it introduces new physics.
Iíve been in the situation where a long term effort to understand the universe met with a concept that falsified a major premise, sending me back to the drawing board. It wasnít a negative experience though, it was a learning and growing experience. If you ever decide to revise your premise on passive time, you may, as a result, find new, open avenues toward a better understanding of what interests you most in regard to science.
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