In this chapter we will discuss the macrocosm. We started with the smallest dimension, with the Planck length, and in the
last Chapter, we learned that each dimension plane builds on the other in the universe. However, here we do not speak
about exact copies or simple enlargement of the lower planes, but different interactions take place on each plane
according to its own rules. For each size scale, there is therefore also a special fundamental basic force.
But there are principles such as universal attraction force in the space balls or universal timing cycles, which manifest
themselves across all dimension planes and under different laws.
This made it possible for us to attribute the fundamental physical processes on the elementary principle, and thus to derive
the quantitative-based magnitudes. In the following Chapters we will analyze this primordial principle of attraction and the