Figure 3. Particles condense into the substrate of the next order universe, and so on, until a degenerate universe is created (shown here in blue). The degenerate universe does not have enough size to allow its relatively large particles to form into a rich variety of wave forms.
In this representation, the particles in the degenerate universe are made of the particles which condensed from the next order universe (green) which in turn are made of the particles of the next order universe (yellow) which is made of the particles of an even larger universe. Note also that the largest universe consists of a substrate made of the smallest particles - and those small particles, indirectly, form the substrate of all the universes that it contains.