The law of conservation of energy states that Energy transforms from one form to another, but its total amount does not change.
In order for this law to work:
A) The structural elements (components) of the universe, from the smallest to the largest, participate in the process of taking in, storing, transforming and transferring their energy, in energy exchange processes.
This in turn means that:
B) The structural elements (components) of the universe must be designed in such a way that they require:
• Take Energy;
• Transform Energy from one type to another;
• Store and/or Transfer – transformed or untransformed – Energy to another interacting structural element.
This in turn means that: and this is very, very, very important, archivally important:
C) The structural elements (components) of the universe system are interconnected and their existence results as a product of the interaction of inner systems and their structural elements (components). Each system and its structural elements (components) has its own world of characteristics, which differ from the characteristic characteristics of the world of the structural elements (components) that make up it, but they all ensure the energy transfer-transformation process.
D) Any process in the universe exists solely because it is a part of the process of the Law of Constancy of Energy, which conducts its own unique Energy.
Each particle, regardless of its structure and size, should have 2 structural mechanisms, for 2 things:
• Absorb energy;
• Transfer energy.
Transformation as such does not happen because…
…depends on the structural structure of the particle – the process of energy exchange in a chain of several particles:
- if they are mutually identical and independent;
- their structural element/component is a component of another energy exchange particle chain.