I apologize in advance- I'm not gifted in the area of science- but I do enjoy reading about quantum physics, superstrings, GUT, etc. So this question is "sub-elementary"- but I can't find an explanation. Okay- superstrings "vibrate"- all at their own unique vibrational speed? What's the energy source that causes them to vibrate at whatever level? Is it one of the 4 universal forces, or a combo of them? And on a sidetrack- if superstrings also comprise atoms and living things and nature- how does the order of nature, i.e., the Fibonacci numbers, and the golden ratio relate to the subatomic make-up of the natural world?