The rational thing to do is trying to fell the phenomena intuitively, with yours mind, without trying to translate it to human languages
And yet you are trying to translate it into human language despite your own doubts about the rationality of the attempt. Well, apparently your doubts were well-founded, since we cannot understand your translation from feeling into language. Nor does cause us to have the same feeling as you have. If you want to achieve that, try writing a poem, a kōan, an aphorism, or a really good joke: these are hit-and-miss methods, but they are occasionally effective. But your unmeaning jumble of scientific terminology just brings on the feeling that is usually brought on by reading an unmeaning jumble of scientific terminology.
After that, it is hand at work testing the theory against real facts and trying experiments that could prove or debunk the predictions from the theory.
But how can anyone do that? If you cannot say what the theory is, how can anyone derive predictions from it?
Well, you seem to be blaming me for your failure to communicate. And since I'm guessing no-one else in the world can understand you, that'll be their fault too.
Or, you know, maybe it's yours. After all, you're the guy who's writing gibberish.
For easing yours way I am trying to use yours terminology ...
I don't see how that's meant to help either of us. If you were talking to a golfer, would you try to convey your ideas by talking of nine irons and sand traps? If you don't want to use scientific terminology, I advise you to stop. That way you will not have the fatigue of writing, nor I of reading, your seemingly random assortments of scientific jargon.
If we focus a human body as system, Physics and Math can see data and describing the system only at micro level of particles, nuclear reactions, and the bone skeleton. Physics applied at the coverture of the skeleton - the meat-soft level - would see merely clouds of colored gases like the recently images sent by Hubble and others about far away galaxies. The stomach, the liver, etc. would be merely different coloreds/composed clouds of gas.
Uh, no. In physics, solids are regarded as solids, not as gasses.
It is not normally necessary to explain this.
I will mention another phenomena where Physiscs and Math is not working well: quantum mechanics.
Now let's see if Matrix/DNA is logical and who is a kook:
1) From the first cell or living being to humans, all them, are natural systems and their bodies were made by a unique common formula called DNA. 2) Atoms, stellar and galaxies are natural systems; 3) Conclusion: all natural systems, including atoms and astronomicals, must have in common a formula called "universal" DNA, or, better: The Matrix/DNA
1) Whales are all mammals and live in the sea. 2) Giraffes, yaks, and anteaters are mammals. 3) Conclusion: all mammals, including giraffes, yaks, and anteaters, must have in common that they all live in the sea.