Some of those earlier mentioned very big particles will be stable, but at some point become too massive for their sizes and collapse into super-tiny virtual black holes (finally, its popular name). These will evaporate matter into energy before you can say 'b'. These virtual black holes are already a bit bigger, but still are unnoticeable to us, although this is going on everywhere. The interactions they have among each other and also between all previously described interactions of energy, quantum fluctuations, virtual particles and matter, eventually have various additional interesting emergent effects that happen everywhere. They even happen right before our eyes and within them.
That is what virtual black holes are.
So as you can see (or rather not see), the visible and invisible universe interact right under our noses. This happens because of the ubiquitous nature of energy. Emergent effects and the infinities at any point in space are there because of this. We don’t realise the existence of an unimaginable amount of fast matter evaporating virtual black holes that are all around us and even throughout us (yes, everywhere), because this all happens at a very tiny scale and in a very small amount of time constantly. But the effects become visible when big regions of space collapse into themselves as during a supernova that can leave a very condensed form of the accumulations of these virtual black holes throughout space.
These all have additional direct and emergent effects among all the other previously mentioned phenomena. Everything is happening continuously. From the continuous interaction of the photon with itself up until the merging of black holes. The formation of a black hole can be seen as the point when a force that we tend to call very weak actually wins over matter. (gravity will be 'looked at' in another section)
There are a huge number of undetectable black holes, a lot of incredibly large ones and almost every size in between. Expect many more black holes "that should not exist" to be discovered in the future. Depending on their size is, they either evaporate matter into energy extremely fast or for a very, very long time. (time will also be 'watched' in another section)
They are the infinities (in reality and in formulas) that most scientists hate so much.
This is what black holes are.
Now the charge (and spin and other quantum stuff) part becomes more important. Although charge wasn’t mentioned in "The 'invisible' part", it doesn't mean it wasn't there. All interactions of pure energy start to happen way below Planck lengths and this is what keeps us from detecting all of this directly.
While the process of photon interaction with itself goes on, the charges emerged. At the quantum level it happens so much that they mostly cancel each other out. But at some regions where they don't cancel each other out, they can actually build up.
This is where the charges come from.
So the charges are very weak at first and continuous buildups make them a bit stronger. They are still unimaginably weak. But also keep in mind that the process of the photon interacting with itself constantly everywhere is still ongoing. So even though there are buildups of charges now, newly emerging charges can still cause any of the effects mentioned earlier. Because of the continuous photon interaction, some stronger (but still very weak) regions of these buildups of charges will either repeatedly cancel each other out or build up even more at some points causing some new emergent points of stronger weak charges. These are the charges that only have effects on very short distances. We call these effects forces, and because they seem like points to us we sometimes see this effect as particles.
These are what the weak force and the W & Z force carrying particles are.
The accumulations of the various buildups of charges on top of the continuous interaction of the photon with itself causes bigger buildups of charges and forces that again will either form new photon interactions, particles of matter, or all off the above causing more of all of the above and now even more emergent effects of which some are new.
The 'sophisticated' part
Everything written up to now had been derived from what is known about the universe, what experiments revealed up until now and what they are currently still revealing.
What all the previous parts were about, were here to place the setting in which the universe unfolds in a whole new perspective. Some of what has been described until now may have sounded like it is a description of the Big Bang theory. That is true, as it is very similar. This hypothesis doesn't try to change any current models. It just tries to give a different perspective of why all of it happens.
The continuous interaction of the photon with itself is 'The Big Bang' happening over and over again everywhere continuously. Most of it is undetectable to us, because it happens below Planck scales. Although we are not aware of this happening ubiquitously and constantly, this is what keeps reality flowing.
On an activity scale from zero to infinity, reality is only in a very small section. This section has an upper and a lower limit.
The part closest to zero is around the point at which it seems like everything is almost stationary. We have a name for it.
This is what absolute zero is.
At this point, some charges (also with all other quantum stuff) and emergent effects suddenly change.
But because of the emergent effects that have already happened up until now, that point is not the same for every material. There are a lot of possible configurations of elements that can cause all kinds of effects. The way the interaction of the photon with itself ends up influencing everything becomes a bit more pronounced now.
That means that based on the configurations of matter, the kinds of fields that there are and the pressures involved, the real temperatures will not be the same as absolute zero for everything.
That is why the temperatures or pressures this all happens can differ so much among the elements and also among complex combinations of the elements.
This is where the critical temperatures of the elements and their chemical compositions comes from.
Where matter is almost stationary, so the temperatures are very low, the accumulation and emergent effects of the photon interacting with itself leads to the most activity in these very dense regions. This means there is a lot more activity in the 'invisible part' as was described in an earlier section. And, although it seems to us like some charges suddenly disappeared, they actually became stronger below the scales we are familiar with. That is why magnetic fields can suddenly 'pin' stuff in thin air, why electricity can suddenly flow without resistance and why liquids can suddenly flow with zero viscosity.
These are what superfluidity and superconductivity are.
Every other interaction happens in the regions where the propagation of everything mentioned about the interaction of the photon with itself is lower or higher than the regions where electromagnetic-radiation detection is possible.
So everything propagating slower than absolute zero and everything propagating faster than the speed of light is basically invisible to the current state of our sensors and sensory equipment.
At these regions is where we will eventually find dark matter and dark energy.
That doesn't mean dark matter and dark energy are only there. Like everything else that occurred during the interaction of the photon with itself, they are also occurring constantly everywhere, but below a scale we can comfortably detect currently (January 2020).
There is much more I would like to write about.
Although this hypothesis has infinity at its core, I don’t have an infinite amount of time.
Most of the interactions until now are at such a small scale that we see all those interactions as almost the same thing.
But there is a way to understand it all differently without having to change current models. Only add the missing parts or understand why some models work only in some fields, but not in others. Why there are so many theories that appear to be correct. And why some of them seem to be conflicting or don't seem compatible with each other.
If I only had more time (or a 'braincomputer interface' 🙂 ).
Seems like we've hit the bottom of the rocky road for now, but this is definitely not the end. There will be much more writing in the (near!?) future. In the meantime, watch this space, for (this) space is dynamic.