The Big Bang was immediately followed by the formation of photons, neutrinos, electrons and quarks. As the universe cooled, quarks joined to form protons and neutrons. Composed of two protons and two neutrons, the nucleus attracted two electrons to its orbit, thereby creating the heliım atom. As space continued to expand and cooled, protons gathered one electron each into their orbits, creating hydrogen atoms. Gaz clouds, having come into existence where hydrogen and helium atoms were dense, formed stars under the influence of gravitational force. Stars and gas clouds coalesced in certain regions of space to form galaxies.

The rise in pressure in the cores of massive stars initiated hydrogen buninig, which continued with helium burning and resulted in uranium production as well as dozens of types of atoms. When massive stars explode asn supernovae and transform into black holes, they absorb anything, including light, in their gravitational field.

Energy, following the Big Bang, is neither radiated into space as heat or light, nor diffused in the form of a dust matter which is made up of various particlees. Protons are bound together by a strong nuclear force to form nuclei. As protons and electrons combined by electromagnetic force in a structure at equilibrium, atoms of various elements com into existence. Radioactive atoms expel any excess in their structures via a weak nuclear force to transform into atoms at equilibrium. Gravitational force brings gas clouds and stars into existence. Via the effect of gravity, once again, stars and gas clouds form galaxies. Exploding as supernovae, massive stars become neutron stars, which absorb everything surrounding them via gravitational force transform to become black holes.

While all these objects impose gravity on their surroundings to a lesser or higher extent, as they are not at equilibrium, argon, which exists in gaseous state, is at equilibrium as it does notn have enough force to interact with other atoms. It is for that reason that it does not form compounds with the atoms of other elements. Particles, atoms and masses of matter which resulted from the Big Bang have been in search of equilibrium. Matter fulfilstgis search via four forces. Electron’s motion around the nucleus of an atom, the motion of planets around the Sun and the movement of the Earth’s plates across the mantle are efforts to keep at equilibrium. Forces are therefore the states of existence which the matter adopts in order to keep at equilibrium in a meaningful whole. The formation of atoms fom the quark soup which came into existence after the Big Bang as well as the formation of living cells from the organic soup of the primordial ocean were the results of the matter’s seach of equilibrium. The human being, too, could come into existence as a result of that search.

Equilibrium is as essential for living beings as it is for matter. Animals and plants can maintaina healthy existence as long as they have a certain symmetry which they can keep at equilibrium. Equilibrium is essential for the human being, too. So that we can be aware of and mainten our equilibrium, we posses centres in our ears and brain which are specifcally assigned this task with others.

The expansion ofn the universe which was initiated by the energy resulting from the Big Bang will be stoppedby the big gravitational force which will arise from the coalescence of the black holes. The universe will then transform into a ball energy again. When the universe, having transformed into a ball of energy via the gravitational force, is about to attain equilibrium, the built-up pressure will cause a new big bang. Because, the Big Bang occured at the moment when the inner pressure of the ball energy overhelmed the gravitational force, or whatever force it was that held the energy together. It is, therefore, not probable that the universe attains a true equilibrium before the Big Bang .

Having scattered across the space while the universe has been expanding, energy transformes into matter and coalesces into atoms, stars, gakaxies, planets and human beings, seeking equilibrium. While contracting, on the other hand, the universe transforms into a ball energy, seeking to attain equilibrium.

While the human beeing will be in search of equilibrium all throgh their life, the universe will continue to seek equilibrium, as it breathes.

Is there a force which exposes the Higgs particle or does matter possess other forces than the four forces?