Question: Quantum Theory & Theory of Everything

I am not a mathematician or physicist, but I find the theories of Quantum Physics and the "theory of Everything" to be most fascinating. I have had a thought about this subject and have always wanted to ask a question:

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A quantum (as I understand it) is the smallest particle of energy and can be thought of as a vibration (like a vibrating rubberband). What I would like to know is: What would happen to the math of quantum physics if the quantum could change it's resonance **without** any outside influence? (thus inessence think).

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Let's suppose further that there is one primary law of the universe and that is **Synergy** Through Synergy two or more quantums can interact, even coalesce to become a new particle of greater energy than the sum of the energies of the quantums that are being coalesced. Thus, through synergy quantums can grow in power (and knowledge) and through this evolutionary process the universe started, with a big bang.

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So my question would be if mathematicians and physicists could plug the idea that the quantum can independently change is resonance, it's frequency of vibration, ** How would this effect the quantum theory mathematics?**

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I call this idea the Grand Organized Design theory (or GOD Theory)

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http://apothesoft.com/GOD