Universal values are ionocovalency, ie, the harmony of ionic kinetic energy and covalent environment. It comes from microscopic experiments and mathematical deduction, and is also related to the macroscopic generalization of the universe:
Potential Energy IC = Kinetic Energy Z*/ Environment r
Universal Values IC = People-oriented Z*/ Democratic Constitutionalism r
As shown in the figure, when the electrons are near the atomic nucleus, the ionic kinetic energy increases and tends to be infinite. In order to compensate the total energy constant, the potential energy tends to be negative and the existence of a stable equilibrium of a covalent covariance (PE / KE = -2). This state is ionocovalency, it has a natural existence of universal value IC. The vast majority of countries in the world have achieved universal values, and only a handful of countries pursue non-universal values such as Marxism, communist capitalism, totalitarianism, and terrorism. The ion kinetic energy Z * of the non-universal value is non-harmonic with the environment r, and it can not achieve the existence of a localized covalent stable equilibrium, but tends to destroy.
In the Soviet Union and the Chinese Gang of Four, Marxist society,
Marxist value IC = Snatch Allocation Z*/ Totalitarian interests r
As shown in the figure, the kinetic energy Z * (noncompetitive human kinetic energy) can not be harmoniously in a stable state of a covalent state and tends to decrease, and the Totalitarian Relation environment r tends to increase, resulting in the defeat of the ionocovalent potential IC (Figure lower arrow), leading to the collapse of power of the Soviet Union and China Gang of Four.
In the current Chinese communist capitalist society,
Communist Capitalism IC = kleptocracy Z*/ Totalitarian Infighting r
As shown in the figure, the Monopoly Robbed kinetic energy Z* can not be in harmony with a localized covalent steady state, but tends to increase and the Totalitarian Political environment r tends to decrease in concentration, leading to financial outflows and banking emptiness. The resulting expansion of the ionocovalent potential IC (Figure upper arrow), the regime lost.