According to The Particle View of the Human Body, a human body can be treated as a group of an infinite number of infinitely small particles.
The Particle View of the Human Body is the most basic theoretical model of the human body created for Happeh Theory because every other theoretical model of the human body created for Happeh Theory can be described in terms of particles.
Any conceivable object that might be used to model the human body can be described as a collection of an infinite number of infinitely small particles that are grouped together in a particular way.
The picture below shows a front view of a human body created from an arbitrary number of spherically shaped objects representing particles. The picture provides an approximation of what The Particle View of the Human Body looks like.
A possibly more familiar way to visualize The Particle View of the Human Body is as a bag of marbles.
The skin of the human body would be equivalent to the bag holding the marbles, and the marbles would be the particles of The Particle View of the Human Body.
The Particle View of the Human Body does not have much practical use. It is included in Happeh Theory because it is required for theoretical purposes.
The principles of science require that a way must be provided to model the absolutely smallest part of the human body that could be defined. An infinitely small particle is the absolutely smallest object that can be used to model an infinitely small part of the human body.
There is no practical reason to want to discuss an infinitely small part of the human body. That is why there is no real practical use for The Particle View of the Human Body.
There is also no practical reason to discuss some larger part of the human body in terms of particles, because it would be necessary to discuss the behavior of each one of the infinite number of particles that the larger part of the body was composed of.
It is much more useful and efficient to model or discuss the construction and behavior of the human body in terms of objects that are much larger than an infinitely small particle.
Those larger objects would each cover a larger area of the human body, thereby requiring fewer of them to represent an area of the body. It is much more practical and efficient to observe or track a smaller number of large objects for the purposes of discussing the construction and behavior of the human body.
Now that the Particle View of the Human Body have been presented, you can mostly forget about it. The more complex theoretical models of the human body found in this section are more suited to describing the behavior of the human body in a real world useful way.