How does science work? And what's all this about quantum mechanics?
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...are all variations on the universal substrate of the universe; change. Time is experienced, delineated change. Space is change in our external senses as balanced against our proprioceptive sense. Energy is change in waves. Matter is entangled energy, high entropy, moving slowly. Entropy is the overall flow of change relative to patterns we find useful. Causality is change we understand. Gravity is a tendency of matter clumps to change toward one another. Mass is a change buffer - the energy is stored as potential. Momentum is resistance to change. Many problems in physics could be cleared up with this understanding. And yes, i know some of my examples aren't quite technically accurate, but they can easily be made so by a physicist. The context is what matters.