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It is simple logic in the ISU; matter is composed of energy in quantum increments, quanta are composed of high energy density spots at the convergences of gravitational waves that carry energy through space, and gravity waves have an infinite reach.Sometimes I think we are saying the same thing. I call this a N-field particle, the convergence of two opposite polarity energies at the same point. I then consider photons are perturbations in the emitted n-field. I never considered the N-field particle to be a perturbation in a n-field.
Are you relating your notion in respect of a Higg's type field? Points of the field having a greater denser in the form of an energy particle?
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