One of my students asked the following question: ‘Why the planets or stars do not run in the others?’ The reason behind his question was the belief that all beings in nature must be guided by an external force system; this external force should have established the order and organisation in nature. I replied as follows: ‘Why do you not run into others when you are walking in the street? You do not bump around yourself, because your body is guided by the cells inside it.’
This kind of behaviour is called dependency to its components, or instinctive behaviour. These kinds of dependency get its start from the sub-atomic realms that mean that all force systems have their origin from the quantum world. All these mutual interdepences and how the order and organisations in nature are developed are explained in a book entitled “Doğadaki oluşum mekanizmasıyla insanlığın sorunlarının çözüm yolu” published by Okyanus Yayinlari (İstanbul) (distributed by: www.idefix.com or www.kitapyurdu.com).
Quantum world is unknown to most of us. When you are interested how this physical term (quantum) get its way into natural sciences and what it means really, you may read an article in turkish “enerjiWeb.doc”, without being involved with complex mathematical or physical terms. The file attached “wsm.doc” is an abbreviated version of the book mentioned above.