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Is the universe recycling the same billions-of-years-old material, or is everything continuously new from moment to moment?
* In the first case, we are surrounded by billions of years of recycled atoms that could someday slow down and wear out. These old atoms are somehow being told what to do next, because that’s just the way they behave within the confines of physical law.
* In the second case, atomic matter is materializing anew from moment to moment, by self-spawning a (momentum-modified) copy of itself from out of the quantum foam, per each E=hF=mC(squared) cycle. This action is the same as observed in the life of a photon, as it cycles back and forth from future to present, future to present, between field and momentum, wave and particle. However, while in transit, a photon is only spawning new un-modified versions of itself and in straight lines. Mass, on the other hand, cycles much farther into the future and farther into the present and thus has inertia, which only means it spends a lot more time in the present than do photons, so mass has more presence than photons. Any new momentum input vectors from each half cycle spent in the present would modify the dynamics of mass for all the future, because it is in the future half of the cycle where momentum is being stored. In this way, the universe is cleansed and modified each and every cycle.
What is directing these changes to momentum from moment to moment? Simply: the entire universal inertial frame of reference is being very slowly modified by the changing background of gravitational texture, as seen in the night sky.
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Berman, B. (2017). Is matter being recycled or is it continuously new?. PHILICA.COM Observation number 155.