A free particle’s energy level is dependent on two types of energy—its thermal energy (temperature), and its kinetic energy (velocity relative to nearby Meether). First, let’s discuss a free particle’s thermal energy. The greater the number of free infinitesimal particles present, the higher the energy level, and vice versa. Nuclear fission is essentially the freeing of such infinitesimal particles, which accounts for the loss of mass and the formation of energy. If energy is further pumped into an infinitesimal particle until its size reduces to zero, the particle becomes Meether. Matter’s highest energy level is Meether. Wherever there is matter in the Universe, there exist such infinitesimal particles. These particles are simply saturated Meether, and exhibit greater mass than surrounding Meether. For a given region of saturated Meether at equilibrium, a rise in RM (i.e. a temperature drop), infinitesimal particles will form (condense) evenly throughout. Conversely, if the pure energy level (temperature) rises, such particles will disappear. By this rationale, if pure energy stays constant, there will be neither a formation nor a disappearance of particles. Because we are in the positive territory and because our Universe is constantly expanding, it follows that positive particles are constantly being produced due to the growing quantity of Meether as a result of the cooling of pure energy.19

Meether, specifically Set Meether, is responsible for the force of gravity “pulling” matter together. The Universe is a body of Meether. As a body, it has to hold itself together; Meether at every point of the Universe is collectively responsible for this force of sticking together. Because Set Meethers are part of the Meether system and represent the matter in which they govern, they contribute to the force that brings the Universe together. Because particles are more massive than the Meether around them, the force applied on each other must be stronger than that of their surrounding Meethers. Thus, as clustering matter accumulate in size, gravitational forces build up and Secondhand Energy is released.20 All particles, regardless of size, are associated with their own Set Meethers. When two or more particles come together, the Set Meethers of each join to form a “government.” As more and more particles come together, larger governments are created.20a Think of the Set Meether of an infinitesimal particle as a village government; the union of two Set Meethers as a county government; the further union of these Set Meethers as state governments; and even larger, federal governments, and so forth. The upper limit of such a Meether government is the entire Meether system  . . . The Universe.

As these particle clusters grow with increasing densities, the coalescing Set Meethers get stronger. In addition to gravity, this applies to all other invisible forces, i.e. acceleration, nuclear forces, centrifugal forces, etc. How strong a given force is depends on the Meether pressure and temperature of the associated matter; the greater the Meether pressure or the lower the temperature, the greater the force. We already understand that superconductivity arises when a conductor’s temperature drops close to absolute zero. This critical point varies with different conductors of different Meether pressures. At this point, the force applied to the conductor is great enough to limit particle movement and, in addition, lines them up in such a way so that there are paths for electrons to freely flow through. If we can increase the Meether pressure of the conductor high enough at a fixed temperature, the resulting force will also create paths for electrons. Thus, conductors can act as superconductors at higher temperatures if we can manipulate their Meether pressures. How does Meether have this ability? Because Meether is a space cooled down from pure energy—and space must be stable.

If you were to resist any of the aforementioned forces, you must reduce the Meether pressure of the Set Meether or increase its temperature. If you can reduce an object’s Meether pressure while keeping its temperature fixed, you will be able to witness solid becoming liquid, and liquid becoming gas—without any change in temperature. The object would have then lost its gravitational properties, and would ultimately disappear.21 In positive time, however, the most natural way is to replenish its lost energy, i.e., introduce heat. As temperature rises, solids naturally melt to liquid, liquids evaporate to gas, the establishment of the Set Meether disintegrates, and the RM of Meether drops. Once it dips below the saturation point, particles begin to convert into Meether. On the other hand, particles form as temperature decreases. During these exchanges, total mass remains constant. That is, although Meether is always saturated, it is more massive at higher temperatures and less massive at lower temperatures. Unsaturated Meether is less massive than its saturated state. For that reason, the mass of vacuum is dependent on temperature. When a ray of light passes through regions of vacuum of different masses, the speed of this ray also changes. This explains the phenomenon of gravitational lenses. The same concept applies for mirages.

Now, let’s talk about a free particle’s kinetic energy. The speed of light is the speed limit within the material Universe. As matter is first produced from Meether, it exists as a group of infinitesimal particles traveling at the speed of light. Gradually, such infinitesimal particles unite to form clusters of larger particles. Such merging causes them to slow down and release energy.20 On the other hand, if energy is put into a baryon so as to speed it up, it would split up into separate smaller particles. As the speeds of these separate particles approach the speed of light, the amount of divided particles approach infinity while their sizes approach infinitesimal. When a particle reaches the speed of light, its size becomes infinitesimal. If energy is further added to speed it up, it will become Meether and disappear. In other words, the speed of light is the maximum speed of particles and is also the minimum speed of Meether. The higher the speed of Meether, the lower its RM. Once the RM decreases to 0%, its speed is “infinity.” For the same reason, saturated pure energy has a speed of “infinity” and unsaturated pure energy has a top speed of “Infinity Squared.” This point is easy to understand because when the RM is 0%, Meether is pure energy. Pure energy can travel back and forth along time in the fourth dimension (refer to the section “Positive and Negative”). This means that the speed within the Universe is inconsequential to pure energy. The Universe only occupies a single point in 4D space. In addition, if pure energy is used as a medium for information, not only will we be able communicate more easily within our Universe, we will be able to communicate with future and past Universes–even with negative time.

     19 This explains the existence of mysterious ultra high energy cosmic rays, in which no detectable sources can be found. They are actually produced by Meether around the solar system. Refer to the following link for more in-depth information:

     20 This released Secondhand Energy cools down to become ImMeether. ImMeether cools down to produce electrical charges. The portion concentrated in the center combines with the particle cluster have long been defined as positively charged while the charges remaining outside are defined as the negatively charged electrons. If the Secondhand Energy does not have an interior particle cluster, the positive charges are, naturally, positrons. As mentioned in section, “The Introduction of Secondhand Energy and Immeether,” Immeether is a different system from the Meether system, so an electron that is created here naturally stays within its system boundaries because is born with this behavior. Refer to the following link for more in-depth information:

     20a When a small particle, a, joins a larger particle, A, the Set Meether of a must first free its control over a, and then combine with the Set Meether of A to become a new Set Meether, A+a. The strength of the controlling force of a particle’s Set Meether is proportional to the particle’s Meether pressure and inversely proportional to its temperature. The lower the Meether pressure of a particle, the easier it is for the particle’s Set Meether to let go. In other words, the higher the temperature of a, the lower its Meether pressure, and the easier it is to free its Set Meether to combine with A and form A+a. This process would be slower if a were in a lower temperature before combining with A. So, if you place two glasses of water, a (high temperature) and b (low temperature), of equal quantity in a freezer, the water in glass a could quite possibly freeze first. Refer to the following link for more in-depth information:

     21 This is a natural phenomenon in the negative time. The famous Hutchison Effect (reduction of Meether pressure) has demonstrated occurrences such as the levitation of massive objects, the blending of different materials, and the sudden fracture of metals. Refer to the following links for more in-depth information: and


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