Ezoosmic cell

EZOOSMIC CELL ‒ a basic minimal element in the structure of the ezoosmic grid. In the third dimension it has the form of a cube with sides representing the ezoosmic membranes. In the centre of the cell there is one real, unchangeable, stationary Po particle. The phantom Po particles, which make up all the elementary particles in the material world, moving spirally, can go through the ezoosmic cell. In the ezoosmic cell there is an important process of partial redistribution of energy and information (subtraction of some part of energy by the real Po particle and reading the information from the moving phantom Po particle) and also various collisions of two phantom Po particles under the influence of the real (stationary) Po particle on this process. All this determines the future development, transformation or elimination of matter which consist of the phantom Po particles.


 


 

The process of collision of two phantom Po particles in the ezoosmic cell is also very interesting. For example, in the visible world we can see a process of collision of two elementary particles. But how does this process start at the level of the ezoosmic grid? There takes place a process of collision of the first (head) phantom Po particle from every of these two elementary particles. The collision of two head phantom Po particles always occurs under the influence and control of the real (stationary) Po particle. This process is accompanied by the emission of significant amounts of energy and part of it is taken by the real Po particle and redistributed on the system of the real Po particles (the septon field). Note that all successive phantom Po particles which make up the given elementary particle invariably pass through the same ezoosmic membranes and cells which their first head phantom Po particle has passed through.


 

Knowing what takes place in the invisible world when two elementary particles collide, it gets clear why one and the same reactions (with identical external conditions) are in fact never absolutely identical and there are always minor fluctuations in them.


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