Neutral Dust Particles: possible building blocks of our universe

Imagine the smallest particle. Think about how small it would be. Is it a specific type of particle? Does it come in various shapes? And what happens if it breaks, does anything remain of it? Hoogenboom’s theory is very clear about smallest particles: they don’t exist. Defining something that is ‘the smallest of all’ follows from an attempt to model reality. Having boundaries like this to structure our world is a common thing to do, but often reality is more complex and more chaotic.

Neutral Dust Particles

So what does remain if particles deteriorate? Eventually, a multitude of incredibly small particles: Neutral Dust Particles. They are both waste and building blocks to our universe. These tiny particles are created whenever energy is released from an object: the ‘waste’ characteristic of Neutral Dust Particles. Energy that is released is not lost, but instead creates more volume in the form of these tiny leftovers. They exist in swarms with higher or lower density, surrounding all objects in space, flowing straight through the molecules of planets, stars, humans and all other masses.

Molecules cannot sustain without

Let’s now discuss their ‘building block’ function in more detail. Neutral Dust Particles enable molecules to sustain their current shape. To ‘stay alive’, to put it simple. While flowing through the molecules of larger objects, they feed these molecules, preventing them from deteriorating and becoming unstable. The particles are not consumed by the molecules, but they give them a charge.

If an object exists within a dense flow of Neutral Dust Particles, this object will be able to survive for a longer period compared to an area where only few Neutral Dust Particles are present. If any object, like a molecule, a planet, or a star, would enter an area with no Neutral Dust Particles at all, it would fall apart, because the molecules it’s made out of cannot keep their current shape.

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Neutral Dust Particles are unique to Hoogenboom’s theory and a very important part of it. They change the way we think about space. The area where the Earth’s atmosphere ends and ‘space’ begins, the area between all celestial bodies, is not a void, but is filled with numerous small particles that feed the bigger structures around them. These particles don’t just flow randomly through planets and stars. The way they flow is connected to gravitation. Read more about this in the article on positive and negative gravitation.