Putting it all together
New proposals have combined into a theory concerning the interactions of space, time and matter. It has proposed that space and time are metrics without any other characteristics in the absence of matter. It is proposed that there is a basic particle of matter that is the building block of all nature and composes a cosmic wind that touches all atomic matter. The theory proposes that the cosmic wind is energized by individual basic particles according to their speeds and masses. The total energy that interacts with an atom is the summation of large numbers of strikes by individual basic particles. It is proposed that atoms are organic in nature and that they are "nurtured" by the basic particles, thereby assuring longevity.
The scenario continues with proposed "heat carrier particles" (HC) that are formed within atomic nuclei and are carriers of surplus energy that is continuously received via the cosmic wind. It is proposed that the HC are magnitudes larger than the particles of the cosmic wind and magnitudes smaller than electrons. It is proposed that HC particles form atmospheres around individual atomic nuclei with trajectories that reflect the kinetic energies of HC as they are ejected by the nucleus. It is proposed that the energy of the particles correspond to heat.
It is theorized that the continuous flow of HC produced by a nucleus is counteracted by actions of electrons which accelerate the particles to the speed of light and release them from the atom. A released HC may be intercepted by a nearby atom or may continue into space. The case of interception by a nearby atom corresponds to the "flow" according to classical Heat Flow teachings. An extension of the proposed application to the sun and stars appears to show that these bodies are powered by Basic Subatomic Particles from space.