Universe’ smallest common denominator?

It has been clearly demonstrated that most of our universe is quantic, i.e. comes in discrete quanta as opposed to a continuous process: energy, light, atomic structure, all come in minimum size in the Planck constant scale. The word energy derives from the Ancient Greek: ἐνέργεια, romanized: energeia, lit. ‘activity,operation’, which possibly appears for the first time in the work of Aristotle in the 4th century BC. In greek, entropy means ‘transformation’. The link between energy and entropy is evident. Any transformation corresponds to an activity, an operation. If energy is quantic (as we know: photons with energy proportional to their frequency by the Planck constant), entropy should also be quantic. If nature’s conservation laws are represented by differentiable symmetric operations remaining remaining constant (time:energy, space: momentum), there must be a link between all times and spaces “spacetimes”, perhaps with the spacetimes of various particles somehow related to a smallest possible spacetime, i.e. the simplest symmetric being the neutrino. [As forces result from the interaction of bosons and fermions, with bosons still considered irreductible, it would be logical to conclude that any inner structure of bosons would be submitted to quantic rules.]

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