What drives the motion of matter in the universe?

What drives the motion of matter in the universe? Electrons move along an
orbital path of an atom, protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom are
spinning around each other, while the the quarks inside protons and neutrons
are in motion as well. What gives these particles their momentum. They all
have mass so it should take a certain amount of force to set them in motion.
This requires energy.  It seems impossible that each particle has it's own
infinte or nearly infinite supply of energy to keep the cycle going on
indefintely. Therefore it is completely logical to assume that all matter has
a common energy source that is driving the it's motion.

  In my working theory of fundamental phenomena I have proposed that embedded
in space is a medium of energy composed of electrical like currents  that
flow through space. I further postulate that all matter(in our universe)
begins with a basic energy structure which is the basis for all more complex
forms of matter(subatomic particles, atoms, molcules) and the laws of physics
that govern their actions. I also need to point out what is even more
important is that the medium of electrical like currents of energy is flowing
through all matter via this basic energy substrate giving matter it's
properties and producing the four forces including gravity. It furthers seems
likely that this basic energy structure should somehow be perfectly suited
for the universe so that it can fit perfectly onto this POWER GRID of energy.
This would mean that if there are other universes based on different
structures of energy that matter from another universe would not be able to
come over and reside in our universe because it would be incompatible with
the energy medium that drives the universe that we live in.

One other quick note to point out before I go on is that the way this energy
or power grid works is by driving the motion of all matter which in turns
produces all of the laws of physics and it's forces. The four forces which
all fall of with distance are energy. Since this energy is falling off it has
got to be going somewhere. Well first of all why is it falling off and the
only logical answer is that these forces of energy encounter a small degree
of friction and this friction acts as agent for recycling or reabsorbing this
energy back into the spatial energy grid via a closed feedback loop system of
matter/energy. If this did not happen and there was no friction then gravity
and the other forces would not fall off in strength and the universe would
probably be an infinitely dense ball of matter and energy due to an
overwhelming gravitational attraction between all objects.

  Relativity has demonstrated  that all clocks move slower in a higher
gravitational field than in a lower gravitational field including the motion
of atoms(anything that vibrates is a like a clock). This is due to the
gravitational field slowing the motion of matter . So this would seem to
indicate that the amount of energy being fed into matter on a fundamental
level is constant and unchanging. The matter slows down in motion because it
now takes a greater amount of energy to produce the same rate of motion in a
higher gravitational field. Since the rate at which energy is being fed into
matter (via this basic energy structure) is unchanging  the particle slows
down as a result. This would seem to give my hypothesis of a common energy
source driving all of the matter in our universe some additional validity.

  See my new website: Charles Vind's Website--http://www.west.net/~simon/


Is the universe a a closed feedback loop of matter/energy

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