Objects are set by exteriors.
Object potential is continously set and reset by exteriors, then continously being kept and managed or rejected by its interiors.
Potentials kept and managed by its interiors are released as reflexes via reaction to stimuli each either from the interior or the exterior.
Each stimulus is set by an exterior.

Claim 1: movements are stimulated by earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
Proof:
movements are stimulated by rejection from hosts.
rejection from hosts is stimulated by the host's interior.
host's interior is stimulated by the convergence of energies.
convergence of energies is stimulated by increasing pressure.
Increasing pressure is stimulated by the presence of strong fields.
presence of strong fields is stimulated by the interactions of particles.
interactions of particles is stimulated by proximity, orientation, and movement with respect to each other.
proximity, orientation, and movement is stimulated by their earlier proximity, orientation, and movement.

Claim 2: forming of a photon is stimulated by the presence of pressure.
Proof:
forming of a photon is stimulated by the presence of an photon emitting host.
presence of a photon emitting host is stimulated by the presence of heat.
presence of heat is stimulated by the presence of either friction or other photons.
presence of friction is stimulated by counterposing of particles.
counterposing of particles is stimulated by the presence of pressure.

Claim 3: presence of pressure is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
Proof:
presence of pressure is stimulated by the convergence of particles.
convergence of particles is stimulated by the presence of increasing proximity.
presence of increasing proximity is stimulated by the directions of travel of these particles towards nodes.
movement of these particles towards nodes is stimulated by the presence of a tendency to point toward these nodes.
presence of a tendency to point toward these nodes is stimulated by the presence of these nodes.
presence of these nodes is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.

Proved 1: forming of a photon is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.

Claim 4: forming of quarks is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
Proof:
forming of quarks is stimulated by the presence of a type of interaction.
this type of interaction is stimulated by the presence of a photon.
presence of a photon is stimulated by its movement in space.
a photon's movement in space is stimulated by its formation.
See Proved 1.

Claim 5: forming of an electron is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
forming of an electron is stimulated by the presence of photons or decaying particles.
presence of decaying particles is stimulated by the seperation of energies.
seperation of energies is stimulated by the presence of decreasing proximity.
presence of decreasing proximity is stimulated by the directions of the travel of these energies away from a node.
movement of these particles away from these nodes is stimulated by the presence of a tendency to point away these nodes.
presence of a tendency to point away from these nodes is stimulated by the presence of these nodes.
presence of these nodes is stimulated by movements.
See Claim 1.

Claim 6: forming of atoms is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
forming of atoms is stimulated by the presence of subatomic particles of opposite charge.
presence of subatomic particles of opposite charges is stimulated by their movements.
See Claim 1.

Claim 7: forming of clouds of dust is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
forming of clouds of dust is stimulated by the presence of nearby matter.
presence of nearby matter is stimulated by their movements.
See Claim 1.

Claim 8: forming of stars is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
forming of stars is stimulated by the presence of a cloud of dust.
presence of a cloud of dust is stimulated by the presence of nearby matter
See Claim 7.

Claim 9: forming of galaxies is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
forming of galaxies is stimulated by the presence of clouds of dust.
presence of a cloud of dust is stimulated by the presence of nearby matter
See Claim 7.

Claim 10: forming of organisms is stimulated by the earlier proximity, orientation, and movement of particles.
forming of organisms is stimulated by multiple differentiated interactions.
These differentiated interactions are stimulated by movements.

Can you:
Explain the movements by reducing them into parts?
Explain the formation of particles by reducing them into parts?
Explain the formation of stars by reducing them into parts?
Explain the formation of galaxies by reducing them into parts?
Explain the movements by determining their stimuli?
Explain the formation of particles determining their stimuli?
Explain the formation of stars determining their stimuli?
Explain the formation of galaxies determining their stimuli?