Is matter just movement? Does matter really exist or is it just a byproduct of motion?
I don't understand much Quantum Physics but I have pondered about the fact that when something stops movement does it disappear? Like if neutron or something like that would be stopped would it disappear? Would the whole existence disappear if it wasn't in a motion? And vice versa could matter be just a byproduct of nothing in motion in different ways. That the whole existence would be sort of a holograph of motion. And of course gravity would be nothing in motion like the whole existence...
Of course this is pretty far-fetched but if someone knows more about Quantum Physics, well, he/she can probably answer that has there been a theory towards that and has it been demolished.
Something like mass equals velocity and energy equals velocity but yes, I'm probably way of the course. I know very well that if this was true then probably scientists would have tested or had data towards it.