for my question , i will use the term 'level' hey , we know that the zone we live in is made up of atoms (level 0), which are made up of protons, electrons, neutrons , ect (level 1) - for electrons : are there any level 2 known , or nearly found , or theory ? for protons and neutrons we know they are made up of quarks (level 2) - For quarks , do we have any level 3 known , or nearly found , theory ? But isnt there infinite levels downwards (level 0 > infinity) ? coz if u find for example something at level 50 , well how can u imagine that its not made of anything , that it is only composed of itself. It would be more logical that the levels downwards are infinite. And now , if the level downwards are infinite , it would be more logical if the levels upwards would be infinite too. Coz why would we be at the top of the chain. And seing how complex our world is , maybe atoms are even more complex than we think. Maybe atoms have lots of other catheogories of very small 'things' around it , or in it. Maybe electrons, protons and neutrons are just the biggest 'things' that compose an atom. Or maybe things appear to be simple for the first levels of the atom. and maybe theres also other cathegories of matter. I mean like atoms and protons are linked , they are part of one chain of levels . Well maybe theres lots of chains that are not linked. i mean like one material in which all the levels that compose it do not have any matter from another chain of levels. But if these chains are infinite it would be more logical that they 'join' at some levels. And so , maybe what composes everything is made up of like 'lines' (chains of levels) that sometimes join or start a new branch, like a mess of lines that goes on for infinity Well maybe infinity is one if the key elements of what reality is like , infinite space , infinite levels , infinite cathegory of matter Ok, that is the idea i have made up myself about this , but i would like to know what the experts think , maybe i am totally wrong, or maybe knowbody knows exactly. But anyways i would like to hear other people's point of view.