Within every atom is a nucleus/core/center of consciousness.

It takes many atoms to compose form.

What enables them to resonate so perfectly together, to cooperate with each other well enough to all vibrate at a specific rate/speed – at that particular frequency required to produce a specific three dimensional form?

What holds all the atoms together in that shape?

Definitions:

minute: (adjective) a: extremely small. b: so small as to be insignificant. c: taking the smallest points into consideration – Oxford English Dictionary

atom: (noun) The smallest particle of an element that can exist either alone or in combination – Merriam-Webster Dictionary

resonance: The word resonance comes from the Latin and means to “resound” – to sound out together with a loud sound. Resonance is a common cause of sound production in musical instruments. Resonance only occurs when the first object is vibrating at the natural frequency of the second object. – Google

frequency: (noun) The number of repetitions of a periodic process in a unit of time: a: the number of complete alternations per second of an alternating current. b: the number of complete oscillations per second of energy (such as sound or electromagnetic radiation) in the form of waves. Merriam-Webster Dictionary

cohesion: (noun) 1: the act of sticking together tightly. 2: union between similar parts or organs. 3: molecular attraction by which the particles of a body are united throughout the mass. – Merriam-Webster Dictionary

coherence: (noun) 1: the quality of being logical and consistent. 2: the quality of forming a unified whole. – Oxford English Dictionary

 

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