So obviously there is more to quantum physics than meets the eye, yet quantum physics alone cannot tell the story of life. The branch of quantum physics that primarily deals with the internal structure of atoms, but not the nucleus, is called Quantum Electro Dynamics or QED. In other words, the scope of QED ranges from the boundary where the nucleus interacts with the inner world of the atom, to the boundary where the atom interacts with, and radiates into the outer world. Hence, we may say that the atom emerges as a geometrical form within the QED field or QED vacuum. The QED field is naturally perfectly symmetrical, and this symmetry is internally maintained by (that is, in the form of) various interactive quantum particles, or QED bosons. The QED bosons by themselves have no mass and no measurable vibration. If the symmetry of the QED (boson) field is broken, spontaneously or due to external causes, subtle mass and vibrational effects are generated witin the QED field. Inside the atomic nucleus things look quite different. There exists neither a geometrical structure such as the electron shells of the atom, nor is there a field symmetry such as in the quantum electrodynamic field. Rather, it is an extremely dense, energetic and chaotic state and this is called the Quantum Chromodynamic field, or QCD field. "Chromo" means that the QCD interactions are indexed by means of color names. If in the primordial, abstract state a temporary equilibrium between the interactive forces (QCD bosons) is formed, and if the boundary between nonequilibrium and equilibrium in the QCD field is precisely defined (still purely theoretically), this theoretical plus or minus equilibrium state is known as quarks. At this stage no matter has been formed yet. Subsequent bifurcation in the QCD stratum initiates possible interactions with the physical world, that is, with the QED field of the atom, by means of various quark combinations and permutations and this defines protons and neutrons. QCD theory is still a very difficult and vastly unexplored field in quantum physics. Time and space are not primordial  they are emerging phenomena in a living cosmos. The simultaneous QEC and QCD states correspond at the same time to certain cosmological epochs after the Big Bang. But these epochs are not the causal factor  they are the result of the fundamental interactions. For example, we now find that the universe is 13.8 billion years old. If some time, 500 million years from now, another civilisation on another planet in our solar system, or in another solar system or galaxy is capable of measuring the age of the universe, what will they find? Will they say, the age of the universe is 14.3 billion years? No, because the Big Bang is real, but not the causal factor, the age of the universe will still be 13.8 billion years. For the Universal Entity, time and space are entirely internal. In philosophy it is said, mind fills up the space around us, that is, the gaps between natural entities, atoms, molecules, etc.. Outside the immediate sphere of influence of the QCD and QED fields, quantum physics no longer provides answers. This means that at some point, we either need to extend the range of quantum physics to include the intrinsic processes of life, and propose new bosons and other particles. Or, we specialize Shrii P.R. Sarkars microvita theory to be able to relate to the QED and QCD fields of quantum physics. In other words, what are the differences and similitudes between the interactions of the smallest particles of "idea" (microvita) and those of the well known QCD and QED fields of quantum physics? If we hypothize a microvita or life field or  substratum, there is no real question of symmetry or asymmetry such as is the case with the QED field of quantum physics, because there is no hypothesis of interactive particles which assume masses or vibrations as a result of symmetry breaking. Instead of symmetry breaking, the concept of "plus or minus" equilibrium (e.g. modelled as a complex subwave analysis of the field) as proposed by Sarkar obviously applies, as in fact it may already do for the current QCD field. It is important though, allthough quarks are originally nonlocal just like all quantum particles, that a distinction is made between nuclear, and spatiotemporal principles. That is, a generic difference needs to be ascertained, implying that the microvita / (subtle) energy field constitutes the imminent order of the substratum, whereas the QCD field is chaotic. In other words, allthough both order and chaos are imminent states in the Bhavastha (abstract), the plus/minus equilibria and subsequent bifurcations emerging from it have different characters, and the latter qualifies and quantifies the QCD and microvita or life fields, respectively. This new line of thinking in quantum physics may be referred to as Quantum Microvita Dynamics, referring to a QMD field, or substratum, and this field is the harbinger of all life in the universe. The interactions between the QCD, QED and (proposed) QMD fields together tell the story of life. In terms of Sarkar, "The silver lining between matter and abstract" should be verified with respect to different media. As the QED field or state itself functions as the intermediary or tensile phase between the subtly interacting spaciotemporal and nuclear substrata, new interactive modes can be described, unknown in quantum physics today. These are the infinitisemal vibrational ("plus or minus equilibrium") perturbations of the QED symmetry state, functioning at the boundaries of both the QCD and microvita fields. In this new line of thinking, the effective, subtle mass and inferential vibrations of the otherwise quiescent W and Zbosons of the symmetrical QED field now get a very specific, lifepromoting (and therefore intrinsically renormalized) character, and this highly qualitative QED vibration ("inference") we could define as an expression of positive or negative microvita in the planes of physicality. Conclusion: Back to microvita.com
