States of Matter

Yes, this post matters. It matters because you have never heard it before, and once you have, things will make a whole lot more sense.

I have been collecting books and papers addressing the topic of “States of Matter”. They are all difficult reads, because of the language used, and the accompanying mathematics offered as some sort of adjunct proof of the author’s intellect.

It’s a really cool pile of books. I am considering ingesting a few pages in the hope that eating them might impart more knowledge than reading them, because frankly, comic books make more sense.

Look, scientific terms and complex math aren’t required to understand states of matter. What IS required is a basic understanding of the framework of matter, and about an ounce of common sense.

Is you have been in the pool a while, you may have picked up on the terms Dimension and Fractals. Both are things you see and experience every day, so you already understand both terms, and don’t even know it.

Dimension is what “space”, “energy” and “matter” is made of, and Fractals are the repeating patterns you see all day, every day.

Getting directly to the point, everything your 5 senses can detect is Dimension arranged in Fractal patterns. States of Matter are just different parts of the fractal pattern. That’s it. No big pile of technical books required. No math required.

The cycling pattern is as follows;

Plasma to Higgs Chain to Higgs Junction. Rinse and repeat.

The most basic fractal “state” is called a fractal plasma. Fractal Plasmas appear to be disordered and randomly distributed into a manifold that defines it’s overall geometry. You know fractal plasmas well. Examples of fractal plasmas include all forms of fluids and gasses.

Fractal Plasmas create Higgs Chains. Higgs Chains are simply units of Dimension which are axially aligned. You know Higgs Chains very well. Examples of Higgs Chains are all forms of wave energy.

Higgs Chains link together to form Higgs Junctions. The Periodic Table is composed of Higgs Junctions. You know Higgs Junctions very well. Examples are all forms of common matter as listed in the Periodic Table.

Once you wrap your brain around Dimension and Fractals (repeating patterns), complex stuff will start making sense.

OK, that’s the swimming lesson for today. Please enjoy The Pool. Swimming is good for you in ways you never imagined.

Here’s a cartoon cheat sheet for visualizing Fractal States of Matter. Enjoy.