According to Albert Einstein's (1879-1955) theory space alone does not give explanation about our existence. Space creates gravity if it exists in time; we live in this space. Scientists call the closely bounded space around the earth gravitational net. It is also called gravitational ghost because gravitation is so high at that point that nothing can penetrate it unless something is faster than the velocity of light. That something would be a space racket. In the universe outside of the gravitational net are the black holes and fractions, which are nothing more than disintegrated particles. Gravitation is missing from the black holes and fractions because time doesn't exist among them, and if there is no gravitation there is no time. The famous German philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) said that we cannot understand our future without learning about our past. The fundament of a system is orderliness, which is also the fundament of the past. Donald Judd (1928-1994) created very smooth clean and colorful boxes and taught us that we have order, we need order and we live in order. Kasimir Malevich (1878-1935) was the first artist approaching the non-objective world. In his interpretation if we would know everything about ourselves, where did we come from, what is our purpose and if there would be no accidental Matter then we would live in an objective world.

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