| Some theoretical
physics models take space-time to be discontinuous. We
concur. Further, we suggest that all of space-time
consists of real, charged, Planck-scale, particles
that move in an imaginary manifold under the influence
of a force acting between those particles. We propose
such a force, an amalgam of the strong and
electro-weak forces. In addition, the gravitational
force and the force between charged particles is
included. We then drop a large number of the particles
into the manifold and observe their motions. The
motions can be observed in 3D on a dedicated URL. This
lets us explore various quantum mechanical phenomena.
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