Abstract: There are five known fundamental fields in the Universe - Higgs field, electromagnetic field, gravitational field, strong nuclear field (also referred to as the strong field) and weak nuclear field. Strong nuclear field is an attractive field that binds together subatomic particles named quarks to form nucleons (proton and neutron to form nucleus of an atom) it exhibits clumping nature of sub-atomic and atomic particles. Weak nuclear field is a fundamental field of nature which underlies some forms of radioactivity, governs the decay of unstable subatomic particles such as mesons, and initiates the nuclear fusion reaction that fuels the Sun. The electromagnetic field binds atoms to form molecules which display clumping nature of atoms and molecules to produce elements and compounds. A stronger electromagnetic force clumps very strong, for example, solid. A little lesser electromagnetic field binds little less rigid, for example, liquid. A further less electromagnetic field binds further less, for example, gas. All fundamental fields are produced by force carrying particles, for example, Higgs Boson or God particle is responsible for Higgs field, graviton is responsible for gravitational field etc. In this paper, I will show that there is no absolute free space in the Universe. I will also show that the physical time has a shape and a meaning everywhere in the Universe and will describe that how the shape of the physical time changes with interaction of fields with masses which implies that there are changes in the meaning of the physical time too under the influence of mass.
Keywords: Fundamental Fields of Nature, Unstable Subatomic Particles, Higgs Field, Graviton and Higgs Boson God Particle as Force Carrying Particles, Absolute Free Space