- "Currents in subspace" form everything:
In the sea you have currents that flow in various directions and it sometimes happens that a "freak wave" is formed, a wave that appear seemingly out of nowhere on an otherwise silent sea as seen from the surface.
My most successful analogy in explaining how I view the universe involves imagining the universe as a big sea.
Imagine a completely empty space with its currents underneath, by empty I mean that there is no light or particles. Then "suddenly out of nowhere", a few tiny particles appear. Imagine this happening all over the universe too, sometimes a particle stay and often they fall back into nothing..
There are many things purposely left out from this little big picture like gravity and charge vs. spin, why they stay, why they don't..