Quantum Mechanics, Relativity and Spatial Dynamics
The understanding of creation through the observation of light and space
It is interesting to discover that although Quantum Mechanics and theories relating to Relativity do not at all define the total formation of space to the absolute, they do attempt to understand the structure of reality from the smallest particles of light, matter and energy that we currently have the ability to see. Quantum Mechanics is an interesting study of light and how it is determined through seeing it as both a wave and a particle in its perception state, and the theories of Relativity relate to the structure of space time and motion. In this article I will attempt to explain differences and similarities between Quantum Mechanics and also theories relating to Relativity alongside a study that relates to Spatial Dynamics, which conceptually defines space more systematically than what is seen through current observational theories, and I will attempt to explain why already existing theories are just a stepping stone in thought rather than a way to define the total formation of space from the core of creation itself.
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