Space consists of conserved zero space-time spots, 'z-spots', embedded in initially equal time.
Z particles are the initial connections between z-spots and the surrounding
Particles t+ and t- have properties as if they emerged from symmetrically split z particles.
Time is future headed and is conserved: time cannot be created or destroyed.
A difference in time-rhythm causes a change of volume.
Particles rotate with a tangential velocity equal to the propagation speed in empty space.
Time force is the attraction of a point towards another point with lower time-rhythm.
The natural time rhythm distribution is inversely proportional to the distance between points.
Time inertia is the opposing force against a deviation from the natural time-rhythm distribution.