Quantum Mechanics, General Relativity, and String Theory hold that all invisible, intangible phenomena of the Universe such as light, gravity, electricity, magnetism, and the workings of the atom are ultimately mediated by discrete particles. Mathematical physicists simulate all physical interpretations with particles or transverse waves.
The Rope Hypothesis proposes, in contrast, that all atoms are physically interconnected. Not only does this model enable us to visualize how light works, but it can also explain action at a distance phenomena such as gravity and entanglement.
The following videos summarize the new architectures proposed for light and the atom and how these new proposals provide rational physical interpretations to electromagnetism and gravity.