The dynamics of the natural creativity
Let me illustrate the dynamics of the natural creativity that is reflected throughout the universe. The apple is of a size that most people are familiar with. Most people are also familiar with the grains of table salt. A typical apple is roughly a thousand times larger than a grain of table salt. The salt grain is too small to be visible here for comparison. The relationship in size between the two is roughly the same as between an electron and proton that all the atoms in the universe are made of, which make up everything that we see, our world, and everything else. Now, with this in mind, let's look at the size of an atom in relationship to its parts. The simplest atom, the most abundant in the universe, the hydrogen atom, is typically 100,000 times larger than its parts. This means that the electron, represented by the grain of salt, and the proton, represented by the apple, are dynamically interacting with each other according to the principles of the electric force. It is their dynamic interaction that is supported by a great force, which creates the energetic structure that an atom is, which in our comparison here is 100,000 times larger than the apple and the salt combined.