The universe is a continuum of interactions between the boson field and fermion
field. The boson field is the glue that holds the universe together. It is a family of
four forces, strong, weak, electromagnetic and gravity. The fermion field is a family
sub-atomic particles called quarks and leptons.
The boson field interacts with the fermion field to create a family of elementary
particles (baryons, neutrons, protons, electrons, muons, tau, and associated
neutrinos) which are the building blocks of all matter. The forces in the boson field
occupy the same space-time continuum, but the sub-atomic particles in the fermion
field do not, they collide.
The boson field permeates and penetrates the inter-space of the space-time
continuum. It is an ocean of forces teaming with fermions. All is flux, all is becoming
and nothing ever is. The only constant is change.