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A physical model of the Universe is proposed, which is based on the idea of the world as two interconnected branches of a single evolutionary process. One branch is the creation of a postulated primary particles - forms and their cells of a multilevel oscillating structure - a Unified set of forms (USF), which, in the model, is space; second, the formation of material realities by combining the same forms in a structured space. The interaction of the same particles representing “matter” and “space” gives a strict coordination of their development at all scale levels, from elementary particles, atoms, up to Homo sapiens. USF is the "constructor" of all material realities, and is responsible for their interactions - the forces that arise between them. So, gravitational forces are the stresses in the USF caused by its deformation (“space curvature”) by material objects. This explains its long-range and high-speed performance, which was clearly shown by experiments on elastic models. USF also gives wave properties to all particles moving along its corridors, which determine the transmission properties of space. At this stage of knowledge, USF provides a clear physical explanation for the de Broglie hypothesis, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, and some other physical phenomena. The constant interaction and mutual development of the USF and the material world give the direction of the evolution process of the Universe. Скачать в формате PDF
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PHYSICAL FOU NDATIONS OF UNIFIED KNOWLEDGE

Romashov1 A.N. ,
Tsygankov2 S.S .,*,
Tsygankov Jr. S.S. 3 1 PhD, Leading researcher, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Moscow, Russia 2 PhD, corresponding member, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences,
Moscow, Russia 3 PhD, vice presi dent, Association for the Protection of Population,
Moscow, Russia
* ORCID 0000 -0002 -8179 -672X
DOI: 10.31618/asj.2707 -9864.2020.2.41.30
Abstract . A physical model of the Universe is proposed, which is based on the idea of the world as two
interconnected branches of a single evolu tionary process. One branch is the creation of a postulated primary
particles - forms and their cells of a multilevel oscillating structure - a Unified set of forms (USF), which, in the
model, is space; second, the formation of material realities by combin ing the same for ms in a structured space.
The interaction of the same particles representing “matter” and “space” gives a strict coordination of their
development at all scale levels, from elementary particles, atoms, up to Homo sapiens.
USF is the "constr uctor" of all ma terial realities, and is responsible for their interactions - the forces that arise
between them. So, gravitational forces are the stresses in the USF caused by its deformation (“space curvature”)
by material objects. This explains its long -range and high -speed performance, which was clearly shown by
experiments on elastic models.
USF also gives wave properties to all particles moving along its corridors, which determine the transmission
properties of space. At this stage of knowledge, USF provides a clear physical explanation for the de Broglie
hypothesis, the Heisenberg uncertaint y principle, and some other physical phenomena. The constant interaction
and mutual development of the USF and the material world give the direction of the evolution process of t he
Universe.
Keywords : particles – forms , spin, the Unified Set of Forms (USF), structuring of space; hexagonal
oscillation cells; structuring of matter, corridors of USF, wave -particle duality

“We come to a strange conclusion: now it begins
to seem to u s that space plays a primary role; matter
must be obtained from space, so to speak, at the next
stage” [1].
I. Introduction.
There is currently no comprehensive model
covering the entire universe: particles, interactions and
space, dark matter and energy. The Standard Model,
Special relativity (SR) and General relativity (GR),
strings theory, preons, E8, structural vacuum, and
others do not give a unified picture of the material
world. It is probably impossible to describe the world
in parts. None of the mo dels for the development of the
structures of the material world will be successful if it
does not take into account the exist ence of a space with
physical properties. Therefore, the construction of
quantum mechanics is becoming more complex and has
long lost any physical interpretation. On the other hand,
for several centuries of the existence of modern science,
it is intuitivel y felt that the Universe is a unified

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mechanism that can be described in a clear and
understandable deterministic form [2-4]. In this work,
such an attempt was made to build a comprehensive
model of the Universe, within the framework of
Unified knowledge, in which matter and space are two
basics of a unified physical process [5].
II. Postulates.
Like any other physical model, Unified
knowledge is based on certain postulates that will have
to be taken on faith.
The first postulate: Matter has a limit of
frag mentation, i.e. all material objects, bodies and their
systems are based on some simple particles –
protoforms , meaning that over time all objects of matter
and space will arise from them.
The second postulate: the initial protoforms have
the property of m utual attraction through empty gaps
between them. Following the laws of dialectics, along
with the introduced discreteness – the first opposite, the
second postulate introduces continuity – the second
opposite.

Fig.1

The third postulate: two protofor ms , that have
reached the point of meeting due to mutual attraction,
capture each other, unite into a single particle that
receives a rotational movement - this is the act of
"negation -negation" of b oth opposites: the first two
postulates. In this case, th e first real particle is born and
its fundamental property - movement appears. The
particle is called the form (forming the world). T he
form has acquired a single moment of rotational motion
(spin) ( Fig. 1).
Interaction of forms.
Thanks to spin forms beco me qualitatively
distinguishable from each other, both in the orientation
of the axes of rotation, and in two possible directions -
clockwise and counterclockwise. If the original types
were all the same and any pair of them could be
combined with each oth er, then the combination of
forms should already become selective. If we choose
the form with a certain spin orientation, then only the
form with a parallel spin can be combined with it, so
that thei r rotations on the contact are compatible.

Fig.2

Tw o forms whose spins are mutually
perpendicular are not capable to combining. The force
of attraction brings them into contact, and the
incompatibility on contact throws them away. At the
same time, they will make oscillatory movements (Fig.
2).
Two branch es of wo rld development.
Hence follow two possible branches of the
development of the entire initial substance. Forms that
are not capable of mutual association will be located in
it according to the principle of mutual perpendicular of
the spins of neighb oring forms . They will give the
entire space structure and will serve as a kind of frame
for it. Being attracted and bouncing from each other,

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they are in constant oscillatory motion. Let's call this
part of the initial substance a Unified Set of Forms
(US F), since it will represent an absolutely stable
combination of these forms .
The second branch of our Universe is rep resented
by forms that can be combined and have the
compatibility of movements on contact, i.e. parallel
spins. This branch will continue t he process of
development of the initial substance: forms will
combine in pairs, triples, and so on, creating first
elementary particles, then atoms and molecules, and
finally living organisms, including Humans.
III. Structuring the space (USF).

Fig.3

Let's consider structuring by the first type. Let's
imagine that at some initial moment of time the Unified
Set of Forms construct a stationary medium of particles
with perpendicular spins at neighboring points (Fig. 3).
The forces of attraction between the particles balance
each other in pairs, and the entire system is in a state of
unstable equilibrium.
The simplest model of such unstable equilibrium
was reproduced experimentally in the one -dimensional
case. Cylindrical magnets were located along their axes
in a line at a certain distance from each other (Fig.4).


Fig.4

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Fig.5

At the slightest displacement of any of the
magnets the total equilibrium is disturbed – they all
come in to motion and as a result, cells of these magnets,
form an avalanc he, each of which is 2 -4 (average -3)
magnet (4b). Although each of these groups is
influenced by the neighboring ones, the force of
attraction contains is already less than the force of
friction. Therefore, the new state is stable. But
theoretically, you can imagine the friction force equal
to zero. In this case, the resulting groups of magnets
will in turn begin to combine into larger groups, those
into even larger ones, and so on, until al l the magnets
are combined into a single discrete "rod".
Now let's consider the interaction of forms in the
plane. It is enough for one of them to shift to one side
or the other in the direction of the neighboring form , as
the general balance will be disturbed. First, the forms
will be combined in pairs, then in triples and so on. A
qualitatively obtained, hexagonal version of such a new
structure (cells) of eight images, capable of structuring
the entire USF, is shown in Figure 5.
At the same time, the new system of forms will be
more stable - along with interacting form s in individual
cells, their groups (cells) will also interact in it. They,
like single forms , are attracted to each other and
bouncing, will oscillate with a lower frequency.
The next, larger version of structuring the forms
system by joining in a group t akes a three -level system,
in which, along with the free forms of the first level,
working mainly inside the first hexahedral cells of the
second level, a new hexahedral cell of the third level
appeared, which united the first seven hexahedrons
(elements o f the second level).
The process of structuring the system of forms on
the plane can be continued: seven structural elements
of the third level are able to combine into a new element
of the fourth level (Fig. 6) and so on. Thus, in USF we
have an arbitrari ly large (but finite) set of structures that
are hierarchical in nature and obey a strict ratio in size
and number of structural elements of different s cales.
Each level of association will have its own frequency
of oscillations of the forms – cells.

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Fig.6

And if we now take any material system, whether
it is a galaxy, a Solar system, the Ea rth, or some
fragment of it, then in each of these systems there will
be a whole set of structural elements in the USF,
starting with the size of this material sys tem and ending
with the micro level. Oscillations of these structures
will determine the entire process of formation and
development of this material system, as a whole, and all
its components.
Three -dimensional structuring of USF, while
intuitively, can b e assumed to follow two types: in
planes, and simultaneously in a perpendicular direction,
when the structure of some "first" plane will be exactly
reproduced in all parallel planes. They will f orm
hexagonal "prisms" that pulsate along these axes, along
with radial pulsation.
In the future, the first prisms will begin to combine
with each other, like triples of real magnets without
friction (Fig.4). This will be followed by the third level
of int egration, the fourth, and so on to the "border" of
the environ ment.
IV. Structuring of matter.

Fig.7

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If we now “throw” forms of the material world
(with parallel spins) into such a pulsating medium
(USF), then their general behavior will be determined
by the processes of the micro level, at which the
combining of individual forms into elementary
particles, atoms, etc begins, and the process of
contraction of all material clumps to a certain central
plane, and in the plane to the center of the primary cell.
From here, obviously, one of the main features of
the st ructure of our Universe at the macro level follows
- all cosmic bodies are combined into star -planet and
galactic systems that have a clearly expres sed flat shape
(Fig.7). USF , both as a whole and within all of its cells,
is characterized by a general regu larity: the average
bulk density of images increases towards the centers of
the cells and their axial planes.

Fig.8

The formation of particles of matter. At the
micro level, the formation of material particles occurs
due to the coalescence of forms with parallel spins.
Photon.
If the spins are directed in parallel, then they can
connect only in series so that their rotations coincide.
So, presumably, a photon is created from two forms ,
with a total spin of 1 (Fig.8).

Fig.9

Mass of particles.
Forms with antiparallel spins cannot connect in
series, due to incompatibility of movement, but can
combine in the plane of rotation. In this case, a particle
having a mass with zero spin is created (Fig.9). Call it
em (mass element).
It seems that of them, the further development of
matter in two directions is possible. One is the
enlargement of mass, and the other is the creation of
particles with a new quality.
By the type of mass enlargement, the figure 10
shows the sequential association of particles in to l arger
structures, analogues of strings with a total zero spin.
From them in the future will be collected masses of all
particles. The possibility of the decay of "matter" into
energy - "photons" circled in blue is shown.

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Fig.10.

Lepton number .

Fig. 11

The figure 11 shows the union of two particles of
two forms each in the plane of their rotation. As you
can see, the rotation of the particles on the contact are
compatible. As follows from the third postulate, two
attracting particles by mutual capture fo rm a new
rotational pair with an axis of rotation directed
orthogonally to the plane of the figure (with a rotation
of 90 degrees). The appearance of a new rotational
particle is the birth of a new material quality, it receives
a new characteris tic. An ana log in quantum mechanics,
apparently, is the lepton number.

Fig. 12

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Neutrino. Further development can go by joining
a free form to a new particle with a spin direction
compatible with its new torque (Fig. 12). They can be
combined according to the principle of series
connection (like forms in a photon). As a result, a
particle appears, consisting of five images and
characterized by two quantum characteristics: a spin
equal to 1/2 (due to the image), and a l epton number
(due to a new rotating pair of particles). The real
analogue of such triples, apparently, is the first lepton -
the electron neutrino.
Neutrinos of the second and third generations can
be formed in the future according to this principle due
to the addition of the corresponding masses.
Electric charge.
It can be assumed that, according to the same
scheme, two formed particles from four forms will
combine and a new particle will be created with a new
quality - electric charge (e/3). The combination of these
three particles, the a ddition of a particle characterizing
a lepton number and a free form to them, will create a
new particle that will al ready be characterized by three
quantum numbers (spin is 1/2, lepton number and
electric charge). An analogue of such a particle can be
an electron.
Most likely, it is necessary that a chargeless
particle - “mass” - be attached to this particle. The
number of these attached particles (their mass) will
determine the generation of particles with an electric
charge of -1: the first generation is an electron, the
second (muon) and the third (tau).
To preserve the moment of momentum, the
formation of charge part icles should occur in pairs. In
the course of development, one of these paired particles
can already acquire independent existence (electro ns)
at this level, while the opposite particles (quasipositron)
continue the process of further enlargement (combinin g
with their own kind) and, as it were, form the basis for
particles of the following scale levels, for example,
quarks with charges that a re multiples of 1/3.
Quarks. Protons. Neutrons . On the way to the
complication of matter, the next quality is the bar yon
number. The process of formation of particles with this
charge is likely to repeat the process of formation of
lepton and electric char ges due to the formation of new
paired particles with a new rotation of different signs,
due to the combination of pa rticles of the previous
level.
The subsequent attachment of quasipositron
clumps to them, obviously, led to the formation of
quarks and the ir further unification already on the scale
of some "nucleon" cells.
Particle antiparticle .
In the formation of new p articles due to the
combination and joint rotation of particles of the
previous level, to preserve the moment of momentum,
they were born i n pairs: an antiparticle particle with
rotation both clockwise and counterclockwise. All
particles with different qua ntum numbers: lepton,
baryon, electric and color, have antiparticles.
There are no antiparticles in the form and a pair of
forms connected, both in series - a photon, and
antiparallel, forming a mass. Therefore, the Universe
has particles and antiparticles , but there is no
antimatter, because there is no "anti -mass".
Atom. USF structures are also of fundamental
importance in the assembly of atoms. The force of
attraction inherent in nuclei attracts electrons to them,
but they cannot “contact” with each oth er - they are not
allowed to the nuclei surrounding their forms of the
primary cell of the USF. The gaps between the primary
cells ("corrid ors" of the USF) obviously make up the
possible location of electrons. Its existence can be
figuratively imagined as a constant passage through an
annular system, on the sides of which oscillating forms
of neighboring cells are located, giving electrons
rotation in orbit. The principle of Pauli becomes clear.
Two particles with the same spin in the same orbit, in
the sam e corridor, are incompatible in their motion.

Fig.13

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The filling of the orbits with electrons will be
determined by the capabilities of the free corridors
between the USF cells. After filling the closest corridor
- the orbits near the nucleus (level K), new electrons
tending to the nucleus will fill the corridors of the
second level (L) (Fig.13). First, a circular corridor
between cells of the next level around the nucleus (s -
orbital). Between the K and L levels there are places
between cells that can be filled with electrons to form
three dumbbell -shaped p - orbitals, etc.
At the f -orbitals and the Q -energy level, the atomic
stage of th e complication of matter ends. The size of the
nuclei reaches c ritical values at which the USF
structures become impassable for them. The
phenomenon of radioactivity is apparently associated
with this.
V. Structures USF .
Interactions.
The single basis of a ll the forces between the
particles is the initial force of att raction between the
forms. As forms combine with the creation of new
particles and their cells, new total forces arise between
the particles and their cells. Such a first force, most
likely, wa s the weak interaction inherent in all particles:
leptons and q uarks.
Particles and their cells with a new quality - an
electric charge, created a new interaction -
electromagnetic. The limited speed of its transmission
indicates that its particles, photon s, carry it.
A strong interaction appears between the USF
cells , which have collected quarks in the material half,
and then nucleons.
Gravity.
In the process of the formation of matter, both the
unification of its constituent forms and the contraction
of t he USF forms with which they are connected by the
initial force take place.

Fig. 14
a) A photograph of a pattern of colored stripes (isochrom ) in a single -core model. The arrows indicate the
direction of the stress Ϭr; b) the distribution of Ϭr in r elative units (serial number of the green bar);
c) the interaction of two bodies.

This increases the density of USF forms i n the
body, causes an additional force, the force of gravity,
towards it. In this case, the field of deformations of the
USF around the body, the so -called “curvature of
space”, will be its gravitational field. This is well
visualized by experiments simula ting elastic stresses in
core models, where Ϭr ~ r -2 (fig. 14b).
Long range gravity. Signal transmission rate
through USF.
Thanks to USF, all particles and objects are
interconnected through its structure. The local
perturbations of the USF that they cause almost
instantly prop agate to the farthest distances.
This is embodied in quantum entanglement when
the quantum states of two or more objects are
interdependent. An experimental verification of the
speed of such a signal is at least hundreds of thousands
of times faster than t he speed of light.
Structures USF in nature. The degree of
manifestation of USF structures in natural processes
depends on the degree of equilibrium of the transition
from one state to another. The photo shows basalt
hexagonal columns on the Giant's dam on the coast of
Northern Ireland, formed during crystallization during
the slow cooling of volcanic lava (Fig. 15).


a b

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Fig.15

A similar picture occurs during the compaction of
sedimentary rocks or the drying of wet clay soils
(Fig.16). The biaxial tens ion that occurs in the above
examples in the upper layer of a crystallized or
shrinking volume can be realized by any network of
cracks. But the one that the USF imposes with its
additional field is implemented.

Fig. 16. Formation the system of crack s during drying of wet soils,
Benard cells in convective liquid, cells in clouds over the Atlantic.

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Fig.17

The hexagonal shape of the "honeycombs" is USF
well known to astrophysicists studying large -scale
structures of the Universe (Fig.17). The vi brational
movements of structures USF of the galactic lev el
determine the process of formation and development of
galaxies and their clusters, collecting them in
sparseness corridors of USF, thread -like walls of
hexagons separated by voids, in which there is
practically no luminous matter.
It is the strict dynam ic orderliness of NATURE
that exists in the "non -material" world that is clearly
manifested in the uniformity of natural (material)
formations.
VI. Modern physics and USF .
Modern physics does not tak e into account the
existence of the ether and the USF as well. Its equations
were initially selected in such a way that they satisfy
the requirements of the real existence and behavior of
material systems. There is no physical explanation for
the adequacy of many such models and reality.
Perhaps this is impossi ble to explain, because it
turned out to be lost the main principle of the world –
USF, which actually acts as the Creator of all the
realities of the material world. It provides a simple and
convinc ing explanation of many physical models and
mathematical equations in modern science.
Wave -particle duality.

Fig.18

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In this model a photon is a particle to which space
– USF gives "wave characteristics". When moving
along the corridors of USF between its cells, the photon
(and other particles) constantly interact with their
"walls" - forms that make vibrations. When int eracting
with them, the photons will experience impacts that
lead to both a straight forward movement along the
corridor and a transver se movement from the "wall" to
the "wall" (Fig.18) . Interaction with the corridor
particles is probably physically limite d the maximum
speed of movement of the smallest particle of matter –
photon by the speed of light (с). In this case, the
transverse displacements of the photon give it the
appearance of a" transverse wave " with the
polarization of oscillation s in a plane perpendicular to
the direction of movement. For the same reason, other
particles get wave properti es also. With increasing the
velocity (V) or mass (m) of the particle, the frequency
of collisions increases, and the free path or wavelength
(λ) decreases a ccordingly, which explains the de
Broglie hypothesis mxVx λ=h.
Bandwidth of the space.
The de Brogl ie hypothesis is the correctly guessed
bandwidth of the USF corridors.
Fig. 19. Corridors of USF (2) with particles (1)
with different "wavelength" (λ), the distance from
impact to impact on the forms (3) that make up the walls
of the corridor (2).

Fig.20

Part of the length of the corridor ( λ), which the
particle occupies from one impact against the wall of
the corridor to the other, which cannot be occupied by
another particle at the same time. Multiplied by the
speed, it will be the area that will be occupied by the
particle per unit of time λ•V=S/t.
This is how highway throughput is calculated for
cars of different lengths moving at different speeds.
Figure 19 shows the motion of two particles with
different" wavelengths " λ and velocities V. From the
condition of limiting the throughput over the are a S=S1
=S2 ;λ1•V 1=λ2•V 2. But here, on equal terms, another
parameter arises that limiting the throughput – the mass
of the particle mxS/t=h.
The Heisenberg uncertainty principle is also
determined by th e capacity of the USF corridors. The
particle moves a long the corridor from impact on the
image of one of its walls, to impact on the opposite wall
at a half -wave distance Δх = λ/2 at which its position is
uncertain (fig. 18). From the de Broglie formula
=2•Δ х= h/P we obtain Δх•р≥ h / 2. As can be seen, the
basic tenets of quantum mechanics find their clear
explanation in the framework of the proposed model.
Proceeding from it, the USF structures limit the
movement of particles by the conditions ̇=c и m· ̇=h .
Inertia. Relativistic mass.
The inertia phenomenon is also associated with the
action of USF: with the displacement of any body, it
meets the resistance of USF. At the initial moment, it is
necessary not only to move the body, but also to deform
this medium, rest inertia arises. At h igh speeds, the
resistance of the University structures increases
sharply. This may explain the increase in mass at near -
light speeds. Thus, the mass of the body can be
represented as the sum of two components: the actua l
mass m and the resistance of the m edium (USF) Ω.
Then M = m + Ω, where Ω = m (1/√ (1 -v2/ c2) -1) [6].
When the body is already moving, the density of
forms in the USF in front of it is higher than on the
opposite side. And if you stop the action of an external
force on a given body, which generated its movement,
then it will continue to move due to the greater density
of forms of the USF in front of the body, i.e., by inertia.

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Fig.21.

Structural vacuum .
The closest to the concept of USF came the
scientists involved in the structural v acuum. Modern
physics unambiguously shows that vacuum is not a
void, and a system of zero -point oscillations of
quantum fields measured experimentally. This, in
particular, i s indicated by the Casimir effect, which
consists in the mutual attraction of two parallel
uncharged plates in a vacuum placed at a short distance.
This is consistent with the proposed model of space,
which is an oscillating structure of USF forms , which
from free forms collect photons and other paired
elementary particles striking the plates. Since there will
be more such influences from the outside of the plates
than from the inside, the plates will be attracted to each
other (Fig.20).
Stages and directi on of development of the
world.
The creation of the Universe is a Unified process ,
at each new stage a new material structure or a new
physical quality is formed. Starting with the
combination of the two postulated primary particles –
forms , a qualitative and quantitative complication of
matter occurs. Two types of particles are formed , one
gets the possibility of independent existence, and the
other a new physical quality and is involved in the
further structuring of matter. Two forms , combining
with para llel spins create an independent particle - a
photon, and with antiparallel spins, a particle with a
new quality em (mass element) (Fig.21). At the next
level, it forms a particle with a real mass, and by
another type, combined with a similar one in a
rotational pair, it will create a particle with a new
quality - a lepton number. This particle at the next level,
combi ned with a particle of the previous level in mass
and in a free form, will create an independent neutrino
particle, and, by a different type, combined with a
similar particle in a rotational pair, will create a particle
wit h a new quality - electric charge (e/3).


At the next level, the union of three such particles,
with the addition of particles of previous levels of mass
and lepton number, form an independent electron
particle. And according to another type, combini ng
with a similar one with a new torque, it will create a
particle with a baryon number (1/3). At the next level,
this particle, combined with particles carrying an
electric charge and mass, and attach a free form, will
create a quark particle . An attached form can be one of
three orthogonal orientations, which in accepted
terminology gives them color charge. Further
unification of three quarks with spins of different
orientations (colors), according to the Pauli principle,

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will create nucleons (protons and neutrons). This
completes the pre -atomic stage of structuring matter.
At the atomic stage, the complication of matter
occurs due to the formation of new elements when
electrons fill the corridors of the USF around the nuclei
of atoms. The nuc lei become he avier as long as they fit
into the sizes of the primary cells of the USF. The next
molecular stage is associated with the process of
contraction of USF with the corresponding
densification of atomic structures.

Fig .22. Universe evolution (Arrow of Tim e):
1.The development of structures of Unified set of forms (USF);
2. Structures of USF;
3. The development of material structures.

The collection and compaction of hydrogen
molecules in clumps led to the formation, sequentially,
of stars of the first , then second generation, in which
heavy elements gradually formed. As a result of
explosions of stars, they scattered in space. Of these ,
through a series of intermediate structures, the Solar
system and the Earth formed, on which, in stages, the
lithosph ere, hydrosphere and atmosphere were formed.
They created the conditions for the formation of
organized matter at the next stage. All cre ated material
realities and interactions supplemented the rotation of
the Earth, leading to the emergence in the USF of
integral quasistationary cells that formed and scattered
over time. They formed material structures that were
also born and died. So a l iving cell arose, then a phased
plant and animal world, mammals and finally man (Fig.
22). And all this complication of material structures
was strictly controlled by USF structures, which
ensured the coordination of the work of all structures of
the Unive rse. In human society, the USF structure has
become known as the spiritual half of the world.
This is already beyond th e scope of physics. The
authors understand that they will not be taken seriously
by most scientists brought up on the traditions of
quant um mechanics and theories of relativity. Despite
this, we hope on the basis of the proposed model to
create an open spa ce for scientists of all specialties who
are ready to take part in the creation of Unified
Knowledge. Based on it, it is supposed to solv e not only
the physical problems of matter and space, but also to
describe all world structures, including man, with hi s
exclusive ability to cognize the world and determine its
role in the Universe. The need for such knowledge is
dictated by the current s tate of both world science and
society.

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