The zero particle is a scalar particle that fills space time. It's called the zero particle because its opposing forces cancel out all forms of physics that we could establish a connection with. It's the same to say 1 + -1 = 0, and the zero is the particle made from opposing forces.

The zero particle builds all other particles, and it does this when it loses its scalar ability. It loses its scalar ability when it gets bonded with other zero particles. It can't scale down, because to scale down collides with an inner particle. It can't scale up because zero particles are infinite, and take up all of space. Zero particles are the spacetime grain structure.

The opposing forces of the zero particle, are mass, and negative mass. They are most easily defined as convex, and concave. Convex is mass, and concave is negative mass. You can imagine the two halves of a sphere divided in the middle. So imagine a tennis ball cut in half. Now you have the convex, and the concave, and the physics that the half tennis ball can perform are similar to the physics that the zero particle can perform.

1/ The concave half can hold more particles. So for example the tennis ball can hold water on one side, but not the other. This is the flow side, and is the equivalent of a pull force. So a pull is a flow into a concave particle.

2/ The other side deflects particles. This is the equivalent of the bump force. Convex bumps, the tennis ball bounces on the convex side.

4/ You can fold it inside out to reverse the physics. Bump becomes a hole, and no longer bumps. This change from bump to flow we see as magnetism. The spin force around the iron bar scales down the particles until they flip inside out.

The scalar physics are created by spin. So convex is the outer spin wall, and concave is the inner spin wall, and the more particles that spin, the larger the scalar particle. But the fact that they are infinite has restricted the upper limit.

Now the concave, and convex design relates to the size of the particles moving towards each other. For example, a lens in convex for water which is a large particle, but is concave for photons which move through the lens, but interact inside the particles concave areas.

The Universe begins with these infinite scalar particles. They scale until they touch, and then they scale down. And this becomes a rhythm, and a vibration through space time. The energy from this vibration spreads through an empty universe. It forces the particles to obey particle stacking rules. So a fractal begins to form. The fractal obeys Newton's Kissing Problem for 12 particles around 1 particle...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissing_number_problem The transmission of this energy eventually crashes together on the central particle of Newton's Kissing Problem. This particle then folds inside out, and becomes a hole to move into by bump forces from the vibration. The particles which move into this hole are then in the line of flow from 12 directions, and so they must scale down, and flip inside out... this is what we call a black hole. It is the energy of a hole, that has a flow force, and collapses the particles moving into the flow force. The particles scale down, flip inside out, and escape. It's a fractal, so it creates the spiral Galaxy shape.

This repeats forever. And the Galaxies start to appear from cross energy flow forces. The Galaxies are not lined up by time, but more by pressure. So red shift is a scalar shift, and not a time shift. The further you look out into the Universe has no relationship to the age of the Galaxy that you see. If one Galaxy is surrounded by more pressure than another Galaxy it will look older than the Galaxy under less pressure. A red dwarf is under less pressure than a white sun as well. Gravity is a flow force of these zero particles that pass through your body, and into atoms of the Earth.

The Earth has more holes than your body, so the flow is more like a flow into a plug hole. The bending of spacetime is a scalar bend of zero particles into the Earth. The twist of spacetime around the Earth is just a fluid twist the same as you see when water spins around a hole.

The grain structure of the Zero particles eliminates the need for Dark Matter, and eliminates the strangeness of Quantum Physics. Particle, wave duality is just a particle travelling through scalar particles. Action At A Distance is just the push force which is gravity, and now its local, and not at a distance. The fractals that are created by this particle stacking system relate to all of nature. So any shape, like human, or fish is part of this scalar fractal of infinite particles. Trees are a sort of inverted version of the fractal along with lightening bolts. You can spend years just going through all of the physics of life, and all based on Newton's Kissing Problem.

Because this fractal is a simple matter of allowing scalar particles to trap one another, and scale down, and fold inside out, it is easy to simulate the entire Universe in a fractal algorithm. If you have a powerful enough computer you have the proof of the theory, by watching a Universe self build.

I have started the computer program. My computer is not very good. I can only handle 60000 particles. That's useless. I am writing the program open ended however. So if you have a super computer you can run as many particles as the computer can handle.

I believe that the fractal can create life in a computer, but the computer must be able to assign each particle with its own calculations individually, so totally multi-tasking. My program is based on 'The Game Of Life'...

http://www.bitstorm.org/gameoflife/Using this self building method, but using the rules of the scalar particles. Not too many rules, and so the Universe has been simplified. But on a bog standard computer the fractal will be linear, and the energy flows will not be very natural. The future is Quantum Computers, and total multi processing.

It's best to think of the Universe as a simple set of rules that repeat, and then program this fractal to get the periodic table.

My work has started, and the tests are building up. My early test doesn't do much, but eventually the program will be a total 3D simulation...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggRxyHjimxM