How viruses are involved in creating matter in the Universe

Types of matter, the emergence, and development of matter and energy, three types of dark matter

Petio Hristov
8 min readJul 23, 2020
Space. Photo by Petio Hristov

In nature, everything has a cause, and every cause has a consequence. To express this physical reality, to find the key to understanding nature means to express its unity.

In nature, the cycle of the creation of light begins first, and from it begins the cycle of the creation of matter.

The matter arises, passes through its cycle, and is constantly renewed.

To understand where, why, and what kind of matter there is, the existing forms of matter are considered.

Looking around me, I notice two main forms of matter. One form is biologically living matter, the other form is inanimate matter.

A theoretical study had been conducted using the Model of Unity.

This Model of Unity is a new theory that replaces Quantum Theory and creates an opportunity to understand the interconnection and unity of everything that exists in nature. It determines the Beginning of the Universe at the moment of the emergence of the smallest building block, which is an elementary particle.

This Model of Unity creates a different perspective on existing physical research and provides answers to fundamental questions.

To find the unity of matter and energy in the Universe, it is necessary to “divide” space depending on time.

The emergence of elementary particles in nature is not accidental. At one point they are a consequence, and at the next moment, they are the cause of the emergence of matter. This is how the cycle of the matter is born.

The cause and effect in nature are determined by four basic physical dimensions defined in the New Physics of Unity. The physical dimensions themselves take an active part in the process of origin and development of matter and energy. They are Time, Worlds, Space, and Phenomena.

This makes it possible to find the order of creation of matter and energy in the Universe, as well as the places where this matter cannot be registered. Such a matter is considered a dark matter.

Perspective. Photo by Petio Hristov

Types of matter and three types of dark matter

Research shows that there are two main types of matter. One species is called organized matter because it is subject to natural laws. That’s the matter we know. The other type of matter is a free disorganized matter that is not subject to natural laws and is the first type of dark matter.

The Higgs boson may be the only “known part” of this first type of dark matter. Nothing more is known about this type of free disorganized matter.

The organized matter is divided into two types — non-living matter and biologically living matter. Non-living matter occurs in the physical dimensions of Worlds. Biologically living matter occurs in the physical dimensions Phenomenon.

Non-living end biologically living matter interact constantly in nature. The purpose of nature for this interaction is to create matters necessary for the development of the Universe.

According to the Standard Model of elementary particles, there are four types of bosons — photon, gluon, Z boson, and W boson. Here, these elementary particles are defined as biologically living matter.

The First moment of the creation of matter is associated with the emergence of a photon as the initial building block. This First Moment of creation is determined by the dark energy.

Dark energy is the energy that creates conditions for the development and change of matter.

Dark energy is primordial and is always 100%. It can be represented as constant and continuous vibration. The created conditions change depending on the constantly changing vibration of the dark energy. The change is “embedded” in the immutability of dark energy. See the article “The nature of dark energy”.

This invisible energy is also perceived as a consciousness of matter.

For energies created in an organized matter, it is defined why, when, where, and how they occur in the four basic physical dimensions. The types of energies found in free disorganized matter remain unknown.

The organized matter arises with the initial formation of four different types of Universes. Perhaps these Universes are perceived as Multi Universes.

Each of these Universes is formed by different initial building blocks. They are a photon, gluon, Z boson, and W boson. This is the first formation of biologically living matter

The known Universe is formed by a photon as the initial building block. Here again, gluon, Z boson and W boson participate in the formation of the Universe, but no longer as initial building blocks, but only as biologically living matter, participating together with the photon in its formation.

The initial building block — the photon “accepts” Higgs bosons from the free disorganized matter. Using gluon, the Z boson and the W boson conversion them into quarks and leptons. Quarks are elementary particles of light, and leptons are carriers of the energies created in this conversion.

In the same way, the photon participates in the formation of the other three Universes, but as biologically living matter, and not as an initial building block.

Three of these Universes have different manifestations of light and matter. They are the second type of dark matter.

The third type of dark matter is located in the Universe we know. There is one part of the matter here that is impossible to register at all and another part that is invisible matter because it does not emit light.

The first part of dark matter is impossible to register by any technical means. This is a consequence of the physical place where the solar system is located.

The Universe is a vast round “earth”. Our solar system is a miniature point on this “earth”.

From our solar system, it is not possible to see what is behind the horizon or on the other side of this “earth”. In the horizon where it is possible to observe existing objects, one part of them emits light and another part does not emit light. Some of these sites have already been registered, others will be registered.

All objects not registered at a certain moment are defined as the dark matter of the third type.

A diagram illustrating the types of dark matter. In black is a free disorganized matter. In green is the organized matter. Author Petio Hristov

Emergence and development of matter

In the Model of Unity, it is assumed that the cycle in nature requires two “poles” with opposite characteristics, each consisting of the other two “poles” with opposite characteristics. This creates the conditions in nature for its continuous cyclical development. These “poles” are specific to each cycle.

The development of nature is expressed physically and mathematically by the Law on Conversion. Each development is characterized by four dimensions which on the one hand are connected and, on the other hand, are mutually opposite. The Law on Conversion expresses the conversion of these dimensions into quantitative and qualitative terms.

In the First Moment of development of the Universe from one photon, gluon, Z boson, and W boson are created by conversion. Together with the first four biological living organisms, the four basic physical dimensions are created: Time, Worlds, Space, and Phenomena.

When the Higgs boson is conversion, which is a free disorganized dark matter, the elementary particles familiar from the Standard model are created consistently. These particles form first an arc of light, then two arcs of light and finally four arcs of light.

Although externally these four arcs look the same, they are formed by four types of visible light. Each of these four arcs contains light with different qualitative and quantitative characteristics from the other three arcs.

From these four different types of light by conversion, four types of matter are obtained — ions, microelements, elements, and macro elements.

Conversion of the four types of light into the four types of known matter takes place with the participation of biologically living matter — photons, viruses, bacteria and plants, animals, humans.

Nature develops by following a basic principle subject to four complementary dimensions. This is the principle set out in The Model of Unity.

This principle is found everywhere in nature. Therefore, it can be assumed that Higgs boson is not a species, but are four types of Higgs bosons.

Viruses and bacteria

In the formation of light and matter in nature, viruses and bacteria occupy a major place.

If all viruses are destroyed, the entire Universe will be destroyed!

Nature has made sure that the Universe cannot be destroyed. Photons constantly create matter — ions. After about 24 minutes, there are enough ions created, against which the photons are conversion into viruses. Ions have certain quantitative and qualitative characteristics.

The thesis of biologists that viruses “come from outside” in the cell where they develop and thus transmit infections, does not correspond to the order of creation of matter in nature. This is not a major process for the spread of viruses in nature.

Viruses occur depending on the different vibrations of the photons and the ions they create.

Each type of virus has a certain average lifespan. Assuming that the average lifespan of humans, animals, and plants on Earth is 100 years, this corresponds to the lifespan of viruses on the order of 0.001 per second.

In nature, photons are converted into a virus. Bacteria emerge from conversion viruses. From conversion bacteria, the cells of animals, humans, and plants emerge.

With every growth of an animal, human or plant, viruses are a necessary “step” to provide the matter. Photons provide matter for the growth of viruses. Viruses provide matter for the growth of bacteria. Bacteria provide matter for cell growth.

As everywhere in nature, viruses and bacteria obey the principle enshrined in the Model of Unity. It follows from this principle that there are four main types of viruses, four main types of bacteria, and so on.

The spread of viruses is a matter of vibration. Different vibrations of photons create elementary particles with different vibrations. Elementary particles with different vibrations create light with different vibrations.

Different light forms different ions. Photons are conversion to different ions and different viruses occur. Different viruses give rise to different bacteria. Different microelements give rise to different microelements.

Different types of matter in nature over time reach vibrational synchrony depending on the resonance of a certain frequency. This is a phenomenon in which two processes with different frequencies over time begin to vibrate with the same frequency. This is the main method of the “transfer” of viruses.

This is the way of creating matter and energy in nature that we know.



Petio Hristov

Researcher. I love the unknown. I’m looking for answers to fundamental physical questions.