The universe contains countless interconnected waves and particles, with each separate wavicle being similar to the others, as well as to the larger whole.
Tensional integrity (tensegrity) – such as that found in a suspension bridge – occurs in these wavicles from the micro to macro realms, and is found in all life forms.
Whether an atom or a solar system, a molecule or a galaxy, the inward and outward forces balance to maintain a stable, spacious unit of wave/particle duality. Each scale of wavicle buoys the others along as they float together through the cosmos.
This floating cohesion is key to conceptualizing a Grand Unified Theory – one which combines the four basic forces into one equation or system, and which likens the cosmos to life forms.